||Nora - The Moving Picture Show
August/September 1998: The International Ibsen Stage Festival, Nationaltheatret, Oslo.
11 June 1999: Grenland Friteater/ festival, Porsgrunn.
11 - 19 June 1999: Assitej World Congres/festival Tromsø.
8 October 1999: Länsmuseet (?).
14 - 17 October 1999: Figurteaterfestival Kristiansand.
25 and 26 July 2000: Storsjöyran-festivalen in Östersund (SE).
15 - 17 June 2001: Vannfestivalen in Kristiansand.
15 September 2001: jubilee for Jon Egil Brekke in Oslo.
11 and 12 October 2005: Figurteaterfestivalen i Kristiansund.
3 January 2006: Sophus Bugges Hus, University of Oslo.
10 March 2006: Teaterfestivalen i Ålesund.
26 August 2006: Ibsen Stage Festival 2006, Nationaltheatret, Oslo.|
|Venue||Teater Fusentast, Riddervolds Gate 28, Trondheim, Norway|
|First Date||3rd November 1997|
|All events in this tour|
|Performance language||Dutch, English, Norwegian|
This performance was a Panopticum-show meant to pull the text into a 'global perspective' by letting famous stars show unusual sides of their private lives. You get the whole Helmer home life in a colourful 8-minute performance by puppets.
The following famous stars were played in the performance:
Helmer: Rowan Atkinson/ Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Nora: Pamela Anderson/ Brigitte Bardot.
Fru Linde: Liv Ullmann.
Krogstad: Sean Connery.
Dr. Rank: John Lennon.
Barna: Michael Jackson, Shirley Temple, Macauley Caulkin.
Nora - The Moving Picture Show was one of three panopticum shows by Teater Fusentast. The show was a one-man performance, performed for four people at a time. The panopticum box had four portholes, one for each of the four people in the audience. Inside the box a micro theater is presented. This style of theatre was based on an old tradition from Asia and the Middle East.|