Antigone (1988) was a theatre production by Nordland Theatre, based on the tragedy by Sophocles.

Wolfgang Kolneder directed it.

Eva Dons interpreted the title role.

Thomas Fasting played the role of Creon.

Antigone was also performed as a visiting performance in Oslo.


(Objekt ID 45776)
Object type Production
Premiere February 19, 1988
Produced by Nordland Theatre
Based on Antigone by Sofokles
Audience Adults
Audience size 2226
Number of events 22
Language Norwegian
Keywords Theatre, Tragedy
Running period February 19, 1988  


Association of Norwegian Theatres: På norske scener, sesongen 1987/88 (literally: At Norwegian stages, the season of 1987/88). Association of Norwegian Theatres in collaboration with the publisher Tells forlag, Oslo 1988

Nordland Theatre's annual report 1988, donated by Nordland Theatre, 10.11.2015

Nordland Theatre's annual report 1989, donated by Nordland Theatre, , 10.11.2015

Contributors (18)
Name Role
Sofokles – Playwright
Stig Bang – Adapted by
Hans Kristiansen – Adaption
Wolfgang Kolneder – Direction
Bodvar Moe – Music
Carsten Andersen – Stage design
Carsten Andersen – Costume design
Kari Britt Nilsen – Costume
Eva Dons – Actor (Antigone, Ødipus´ datter)
Thomas Fasting – Actor (Kreon, konge i Teben, Antigone og Ismenes onkel)
Thomas Fearnley – Actor (Teiresias, spåmann)
Oddvar Hellan – Actor (Haimon, Kreons søn, Antigonres forlovede / Vaktmann)
Sverre Kjelsberg – Actor (Korføreren)
Rulle Smit – Actor (Ismene, Ødipus´ datter / Evredike, Kreons hustru)
Erik Bentsen – Musician
Sverre Kjelsberg – Musician
Bodvar Moe – Musician
Sven Nordeng – Mask design
Performance dates
February 19, 1988 Opening night