Kjæm du i kvell* (Are you coming tonight) - Alf Prøysen 100 år* (Alf Prøysen 100 years)
|Premiére date||11 Sep. 2014|
|Produced by||The Touring Theatre of Trøndelag|
|Running period||11 Sep. 2014|
About Kjæm du i kvell* (Are you coming tonight)
Kjæm du i kvell* (Are you coming tonight) - Alf Prøysen 100 år* (Alf Prøysen 100 years) is a theatre production by Nord-Trøndelag Theatre, produced in 2014, springing out of texts and music by Alf Prøysen.
Ketil Kolstad and Anders Kippersund are responible for the adaption for the theatre, and Anders Kippersund also directs the production.
*Not yet translated into the English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.Read more
- Alf Prøysen - Text
- Anders Kippersund - Dramatised by
- Ketil Kolstad - Dramatised by
- Anders Kippersund - Direction
- Alf Prøysen - Music
- Tor Ingar Jakobsen - Musical Management
- Råger Johansson - Stage design
- Ove Aunan - Lighting design
- Anitra Terese Eriksen - Actor
- Ingrid Elise Andersen - Actor
- Thomas Brøndbo - Actor
- Audun Larsen - Musician
- Martin Myhre Olsen - Musician
- Tor Ingar Jakobsen - Musician
- Berit Haltvik With - Tailoring
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More about Kjæm du i kvell* (Are you coming tonight)
"Alf Prøysen was artistically active for 25 years. Kjæm du i kvell stages some of his best-known songs, such as Tango for to (literally: Tango for Two) and Slipsteinsvalsen (literally: The Grindstone Waltz). The songs are given new resonance in the meeting with the lesser-known short prose, written by Prøysen for Oslo Arbeiderblad in the period 1950-1970. The texts have been given linguistic clothes from Trøndelag and are presented in a jazzed singer-songwriter popular music landscape, under the musical direction of Tor Ingar Jakobsen."
Import from the Scenekunst.no list of openings 11.08.2014
Nord-Trøndelag Theatre, nordtrondelagteater.no, 11.08.2014, http://www.nordtrondelagteater.no/forestilling/alf-proysen-100-ar
*Not yet translated into the English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.