|Premiére date||1 Mar. 2019|
|Produced by||Tigerstadsteatret, Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)|
|Based on||Nothing by Janne Teller|
|Audience||Youth (from 12)|
|Expressions||Theatre, Performance for youth|
|Website||Oslo Nye Teater|
Nothing (2019) was a theatre production for youth by Tigerstadsteatret and Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), based on the novel by Janne Teller, in a theatrical adaption by Toril Solvang. The production was performed in Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)'s venue Trikkestallen.
Hilde Brinchmann directed it.
Iver Innset played the role of Pierre-Anthon.Read more
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"A play for youth.
'Nothing matters. So nothing is worth doing.'
With these words, Pierre-Anthon leaves the classroom to sit in a plum tree. The class stays behind. Because of the yells they hear from Pierre-Anthon in the tree every morning, they slowly lose faith in school, the future and the meaning of life. They decide to prove him wrong.
In a closed sawmill, they start gathering the things that really matter to them. They put the things in a pile. The audience sits within the sawmill and witness the class' gradually desperate struggle to get Pierre-Anthon down from his tree. But is he right? Isn't there anything that matters?"
Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), oslonye.no, 03.01.2019, https://oslonye.no/ingenting/
The Cultural Rucksack in Oslo, dks.osloskolen.no, 03.01.2019, https://dks.osloskolen.no/ingenting/