Snowfall (2018) was a theatre production by Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), based on the TV series by Synne Teksum (script and direction), Hilde Hagerup, Hanne Hagerup and Klaus Hagerup (script). The adaption for the stage was written by Hilde Hagerup and Hanne Hagerup. The production was performed at the theatre's main stage. It was revived in 2019, and was meant to be revived in 2020, but the 2020 performances of it were cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Synne Teksum directed it.

Emilie Mordal played the role of Selma.

Helle Haugen played the role of Ruth.

Trond Høvik played the role of Julius.

Petter Vermeli played the role of Winter.

Snowfall was nominated for The Hedda Award 2019 in the best production for children category.


(Objekt ID 81313)
Object type Production
Premiere Navember 1, 2018
Produced by Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)
Based on Snowfall by Synne Teksum, Synne Teksum, Hilde Hagerup, Hanne Hagerup, Klaus Hagerup
Audience Families, Children (from 5)
Language Norwegian Bokmål
Keywords Fairytale, Theatre, Performance for the Family, Christmas Production, Performance for children, Corona-production
Running period Navember 1, 2018  
Website Oslo Nye Teater

At the website of Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre) the following, among other things, is written about Snowfall:

"Selma is a nine-year-old orphan. Her highest wish is to have a family. This, she writes in a letter she sends Santa Claus. The letter finds its way to Santa's realm, called Snowfall, and eventually Selma gets there, too, even though Snowfall is not accessible for ordinary people. But perhaps Selma isn't quite ordinary?

Selma hasn't spent much time in Snowfall before things become dramatic. Santa is suddenly gone, and other forces rule. If Selma and her friends can't find Santa, all the good things he stands for will disappear, and Christmas is in danger. Snowfall is a classic fairytale, in which we follow our hero Selma, and her journey towards those she belongs with."


Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), 12.12.2017,,

The Hedda Award,, 16.10.19,

The National Library of Norway, playbill transferred to Sceneweb, 23.10.2019