Solaris corrected

Solaris corrected (2015) is a theatre production by The Norwegian Theatre, based on the poem by Øyvind Rimbereid, to music by Sjur Miljeteig. The production was performed at the theatre's main stage.

Peer Perez Øian directed it.

Ane Dahl Torp performed the monologue.

Solaris corrected won three awards during The Hedda Award 2016. The production received the award in the production of the year category. Ane Dahl Torp received the award in the best leading actress category for the role of Aig. Sjur Miljeteig received the award in the best audiovisual design category for his music.

A digital version of Solaris corrected was released by The Norwegian Theatre during the Corona crisis of 2020. You may read more about that here.


(Objekt ID 49313)
Object type Production
Premiere October 16, 2015
Produced by The Norwegian Theatre
Based on Solaris corrected by Øyvind Rimbereid
Audience Adults
Audience size 5949
Number of events 32
Language Norwegian Nynorsk, English, German and Gibberish
Keywords Theatre, Science fiction
Running period October 16, 2015  

At the webpage of The Norwegian Theatre the following, among other things, is written about Solaris corrected:

"Oil has run out, several disasters have hit the earth and the humans are now preparing to live beneath the surface of the ocean, in the empty oil wells. The year is 2480, the place is Stavgersand, and the humans talk in a compiled hybrid language. Here we meet the first person of the story, who tells about work assignments, thoughts and dreams for a better future.

Ane Dahl Torp and composer Sjur Miljeteig are together onstage again, after their collaboration with the success production The Hulder. The poetry work they are now to handle is counted among the 25 most important works in Norwegian history of literature: The 800 lines long title poem is described as an apocalyptical utopia, pointing to our day as much as to the future."

The Hedda Jury gave the following reason for the production of the year award to Solaris corrected:

"The production of the year is an extraordinarily successful and coherent Gesamtkunstwerk, of rare artistic quality. Here, a strange, sombre and scary reality is described with a warmth and understanding that invites intimacy, understanding and mournful empathy. Based on a linguistically very complex poetic masterpiece, the production is also a piece of art in theatrical dissipation and bringing a text to life. It leaves us with a new, optimistic perspective on linguistic communication and the range we are able to understand."

The Hedda Jury gave the following reason for the best leading actress award to Ane Dahl Torp:

"Throughout her career in Norwegian theatre, this year's winner has performed a large number of large and challenging assignments. Intellectually, emotionally and technically she has shown openness to the different genres' different qualities. The role she now receives the award for is one that she has, to a large degree, taken part in forming. In it she excels in a linguistically conscious, musical performance. She balances the universal and the characteristic, the timeless and the futurist. She shows curiosity, wonder and respect for her character, who is an androgynous everyman in a transition phase between organic life and virtual life."

The Hedda Jury gave the following reason for the best audiovisual design award to Sjur Miljeteig:

"The auditive and the visual can be said to be the two elements furthest from each other in a theatre production. This year's winner receives the award for a sound image uniting the two, indeed through creating visual images through the auditive. His futurist sound image creates tangible as well as abstract spaces onstage, spaces the actor can interact with and act on. Thus the music and the sound effects become, like the winner himself, an important fellow performer onstage."


The Norwegian Theatre,, 22.06.2015,

The Hedda Award,, 12.06.2016,

The National Library of Norway, performance program transferred to Sceneweb 23.10.2019

Performance dates
October 16, 2015Hovudscenen, The Norwegian Theatre Opening night