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Hedda Gabler was a theatre production staged by Trøndelag Theatre in 2006, based on the play by Henrik Ibsen. The production was performed in the venue Gamle Scene.
Per-Olav Sørensen directed it.
Anna Bache-Wiig was nominated for The Hedda Award 2006 in the best leading actress category for the role of Hedda.
The production was also nominated for The Hedda Award 2006 in the theatre project of the year category.
Information(Objekt ID 5857)
|Premiere||March 15, 2006|
|Produced by||Trøndelag Theatre|
|Based on||Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen|
|Running period||March 15, 2006|
|Duration||1 hour, 45 minutes, no interval|
Requirements to venue
The Hedda Award, heddaprisen.no, 23.07.2012, www.heddaprisen.no
The National Library of Norway, digitised performance program, transferred to Sceneweb 13.08.2015
|Henrik Ibsen||– Playwright|
|Per-Olav Sørensen||– Adapted by|
|Per-Olav Sørensen||– Direction|
|Andreas Moxnes||– Music|
|Pavel Dobrusky||– Stage design|
|Pavel Dobrusky||– Costume design|
|Andreas Moxnes||– Sound design|
|Jan-Emil Indergaard||– Sound|
|Pavel Dobrusky||– Lighting design|
|Anna Bache-Wiig||– Actor (Hedda Tesman)|
|Pål Christian Eggen||– Actor (Eilert Løvborg)|
|Ola G. Furuseth||– Actor (Jørgen Tesman)|
|Camilla Gule||– Actor (Renata - alternerte med Silje Marie Haug)|
|Silje Marie Haug||– Actor (Renata - alternerte med Camilla Gule)|
|Janne Kokkin||– Actor (Tante Julie)|
|Tone Mostraum||– Actor (Thea Elvsted)|
|Trond-Ove Skrødal||– Actor (Dommer Brack)|
|Bjørg Kristin Rønning||– Mask design|
|Elisabeth A. K. Østergren||– Props|
|Erik Johansen||– Stage manager|
|Lasse Berre||– Photo|
|Jan-Petri Bengtsson||– Technical Crew|
|Mette Skogheim||– Prompter|
Martin Nordvik, Adressa:
"The adaptation in question of Henrik Ibsen's intricate text seems clearing and efficient. To lift the action to our time is not just acceptable - but near necessary to give the play dramatic life."
Yngve Kvistad, VG:
"Hedda Gabler at Trøndelag Theatre is a consistent performance, intelligently directed with fine actors in all ages. It breaks with Hedda anno 1890, but conveys an unfiltered Ibsenesque destiny in its own contemporary age."
Andreas Wiese, Dagbladet:
"...at its terms this is an intense and successful modernisation of the play, in a direct and new version"