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The Summer Without Men
The Summer Without Men (2019) was a theatre production by Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), based on the novel by Siri Hustvedt, in a theatrical adaption by Karen-Maria Bille and Peter Langdal. The production was performed at the theatre's main stage.
Victoria Meirik directed it.
Mari Dahl Sæther played the role of the young woman.
Herborg Kråkevik played the role of the middle-aged woman.
Birgitte Victoria Svendsen played the role of the old woman.
"After 30 years of marriage, the poet Mia is left by her husband Boris because of a young, French colleague. After a breakdown and a short stay at a psychiatric hospital, she goes to her hometown, where her mother is living in a nursing home. Mia rents a house and spends the summer there - entirely without men. During the summer, she becomes involved in the lives of the women surrounding her, and she finds a new perspective on life and being a woman."
Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), oslonye.no, 03.01.2019, https://oslonye.no/sommeren-uten-menn/
|Siri Hustvedt||– Author|
|Herborg Kråkevik||– Adapted by|
|Victoria H. Meirik||– Adapted by|
|Birgitte Victoria Svendsen||– Adapted by|
|Mari Dahl Sæther||– Adapted by|
|Karen-Maria Bille||– Dramatised by|
|Peter Langdal||– Dramatised by|
|Marianne Sævig||– Translation|
|Victoria H. Meirik||– Direction|
|Marianne Sævig||– Dramaturge|
|Ilene Myrann Sørbøe||– Dramaturge|
|Ingrid Tønder||– Stage design|
|Alva Walderhaug Brosten||– Costume|
|Ivar Smedstad||– Video/Film|
|Steffen Hofseth||– Sound|
|Norunn Standal||– Lighting design|
|Herborg Kråkevik||– Actor (Den middelaldrende)|
|Birgitte Victoria Svendsen||– Actor (Den eldre)|
|Mari Dahl Sæther||– Actor (Den unge)|
|Liv Andrea Hauge||– Répétiteur|
|Ingfrid Vasset||– Mask design|
|Tina Espejord||– Stage manager|
|Tina Johansen Aas||– Stage manager|
|Sarah Elise Frogner||– Prompter|
|Eirik Ingebricson||– Video technician|
|Morten Brekke Stensland||– Video technician|