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|Program fra Nationaltheatrets produksjon Brand (2016).||2016||Download|
|Sesongmagasin for Nationaltheatret høsten 2016||August 2016||Download|
|Sesongprogram for Nationaltheatret høst 2016.||August 2016||Download|
Brand (2016) was a theatre production by The National Theatre, based on the play by Henrik Ibsen, in a version by Armin Petras. The production was staged at The National Theatre's venue Malersalen.
Runar Hodne directs it.
Henrik Rafaelsen interprets the title role.
The production is part of The International Ibsen Festival 2016.
"Brand has an unchangeable idea that the human can surpass all, but that it doesn't take advantage of one's enormous potential. He wants to rebuild human greatness on earth, but if greatness is to be achieved, the human needs to have faith in its own possibilities. When Brand returns to his hometown, he realises that he has to start his struggle where he came from- closest to himself. His lack of compromise is devastating, and it turns out that his convictions fall short when idea meets reality.
Brand is one of Henrik Ibsen's major epic dramas, written 150 years ago this year. In the adaptation by the German director, theatre manager and writer Armin Petras' the action and the role gallery has been stripped down. The language is modernised, so that the human relationships, but also the humour, become clearer.
In this production director Runar Hodne suggests an evangelical church and preacher community in a Norwegian province in South West Norway, characterised by religion, nationalism and country music. Here the great ideals consist of God, the fatherland and the dream of America - here idealism, as well as fundamentalism, can grow.
This universe, the language and the intimacy of Malersalen move the theme of the play closer to us: How far does our involvement go? How much are we willing to let go of, for the sake of what we believe in?"
The National Theatre, 26.04.16, www.nationaltheatret.no, http://www.nationaltheatret.no/?module=Articles&action=Article.publicOpen&id=5936
|Henrik Ibsen||– Playwright|
|Armin Petras||– Adapted by|
|Kristian Lykkeslet Strømskag||– Translation (fra tysk)|
|Runar Hodne||– Direction|
|Kristian Lykkeslet Strømskag||– Dramaturge|
|Hazel Barstow||– Stage design|
|Cathrine Engehagen Bråthen||– Costume design|
|Ken Ruben Theodorsen||– Sound|
|Andreas Fuchs||– Lighting design|
|Per Egil Aske||– Actor (Mann)|
|Tone Danielsen||– Actor (Mor)|
|Per Frisch||– Actor (Fogd)|
|Espen Klouman Høiner||– Actor (Einar)|
|Henrik Rafaelsen||– Actor (Brand)|
|Kjersti Botn Sandal||– Actor (Agnes)|
|Marianne Stormoen||– Actor (Gerd)|
|Greta Bremseth||– Mask design (Veileder)|
|Terje Rødsjø||– Mask design|
|Pelle Enebro||– Props|
|Kine Sørbøe||– Stage manager|
|Steinar Jacobsen||– Stage Manager|
|Petter Steen||– Lighting supervisor|
|Liv M. Tønnessen||– Costume production supervisor|
|Ingvild Gjerstad||– Prompter|
|Trond Bøthun Nilsen||– Prompter|
|David Parrish||– Producer|
|Åsta Hoem Hagen||– Administration (Informasjonsansvarlig)|
|Jan Lier||– Administration (Markedsansvarlig)|
|The Ibsen Festival||September 10, 2016|