Event Ti apegine i Nora - Mía spoudi páno sto Kouklóspito tou Ipsen
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DescriptionPerformance dates: 2 March - 16 April 2006. 9 November 2006. - January 2007. Tour: 27 July 2006: International Festival Petras, Theatro Petra, Athens.
VenueTechnochoros Pantomima, Athens, Greece
First Date2nd March 2006
Opening Night2nd March 2006
Last Date16th April 2006
StatusUnknown
Primary GenreTheatre
Secondary Genre
    • Drama
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Contributors
NameFunctionCharacterNotes
Vera ChatziiakovouActorMrs. Kristine Linde
Maria DrakopoulouActorNoraNora 1: the age of puberty
Michalis KoukoulommatisActorNils Krogstad
Nelli PapaActorNoraNora 3: the age of maturity
Teti Schinaki ActorNoraNora 2: the age of fertility
Giannis TsiomouActorTorvald Helmer
Maria GerodimouChoreographer
Kelly MavromatakiCostume Designer
Giorgos LivanosDirector
Sokol TomtsiniLighting Designer
Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Johannes MuellerSound Designer
Maeri MichalatouTranslator
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NameDateNotesEventID
Ti apegine i Nora - Mía spoudi páno sto Kouklóspito tou Ipsen2006-07-2777293
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Production NationalityGreece
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Further InformationPERF_FLAG nt Ibsen.net ID 635 Song: Marianna Toli. Changes in the cast 27 July 2006: Korina Alexandridou took over the role as Nora 1. Beata Asimakopoulou took over the role as Nora 3. The role of Emmy was added. Changes in the cast 9 November 2006: Nota Parousi took over the role as Nora 3. Description of the adaptation in a press release from the theatre: "In our performance, the basic character Nora recalls images from her life, her childhood and from the period that she faced a problem related to her family. Every single period of Nora’s life is performed by three different actresses." (Translated at the Norwegian Embassy in Athens.) Translated production title: What happened with Nora - based on "A Doll’s House" by Ibsen. Sources: - Playbill. - Information from Christina Sordina at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Athens. - Giannis Moschos, Henrik Ibsen on the Greek stage. From the first performance till the end of the 20th century (1894-2000), PhD thesis, School of Drama, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki 2012, Vol. II, p. 176-177.
Event Identifier76529