After Hedda (2006) was a theatre production by The National Theatre, based on a play by Liv Heløe. After Hedda is inspired by Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler and other plays by Henrik Ibsen. The production was performed at The Torshov Theatre, as part of The International Ibsen Festival 2006.
Runar Hodne directed it.
After Hedda takes place after Hedda Tesman's suicide. Seven of Ibsen's characters meet the day of her funeral.
The National Theatre, forest.nationaltheatret.no, 29.05.2018, https://forest.nationaltheatret.no/Productions/Details/65e6a7f7-79b0-478f-a051-934af29ca657
Manusbanken, www.manusbank, 17.08.2018, https://www.manusbank.no/index.php?view=work&pid=1472&name=Etter%20Hedda&played=2006#main
|Liv Heløe||– Playwright|
|Runar Hodne||– Direction|
|Gerd Stahl||– Dramaturge|
|Jan Harald Jensen||– Lighting design|
|Ulrikke Hansen Døvigen||– Actor|
|Janne Formoe||– Actor|
|Liv Heløe||– Actor|
|Liv Bernhoft Osa||– Actor|
|Henriette Steenstrup||– Actor|
|Monna Tandberg||– Actor|
|Flavio Kiforenco Pighin||– Props|
|Leifson Persbraaten||– Stage Manager|
|Arild Stubsveen||– Stage Manager|
|Ingvil E. Toft||– Costume production supervisor|
|Lars Abrahamsen||– Producer|
|The Ibsen Festival||September 7, 2006|