Forever Young

Forever Young was a musical theatre production by The Norwegian Theatre (2009), based on the play by Erik GedeonThe production was performed at the theatre's main stage.

Erik Gedeon also directed it.

Forever Young was nominated for The Hedda Award 2009 in the production of the year category.

It has been revived several times, with some changes in the cast.

Forever Young went on tour with The Norwegian Touring Theatre the winter of 2011. The run consisted of 52 performances.

Information

(Objekt ID 5747)
Object type Production
Premiere March 28, 2009
Produced by The Norwegian Theatre
In collaboration with The Norwegian Touring Theatre (Riksteatret)
Based on Forever Young by Erik Gedeon
Audience Adults
Language Norwegian Nynorsk
Expressions Musical theatre, Theatre
Running period March 28, 2009  
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SOURCES:

Einar Dahl's private archive, donated by Einar Dahl, 16.02.2015

The Norwegian Theatre, digitised performance program, transferred to Sceneweb by The National Library of Norway 08.07.2014

Performance dates
September 14, 2011Hovudscenen – New opening
January 27, 2011Vadsø Kino – Tour Premiere
March 28, 2009Hovudscenen – Opening night
Press coverage

Aftenposten:

"… this funny, absurd, unpredictable play which is not about anything at all, but through his (Erik Gedeon's) own minutely detailed direction, filled with small, mega-comical moments, develops unbelievably."

Dagsavisen:

"The play about a bunch of retired actors aged ninety-something, stumbling from the chairs to play rock'n roll every time the nurse has closed the door behind her, is simply incredibly good."

Lillian Bikset, Dagbladet:

"The idea is simple. But there are more levels to Forever Young than one may think beforehand. The border between humour and seriousness is fluent, and the moods change quickly and often."