||Det vidunderlige - et enakters skuespill inspirert av «Et dukkehjem» (The wonderful - a one act play inspired by "A Doll's House")
|Venue||Teaterbåten Ms Innvik, Bjørvika, Oslo, Norway|
|First Date||2nd November 2008|
|Last Date||12th November 2008|
|Primary Genre||Theatre - Spoken Word|
|Azam, Naeem, ||Naeem Azam||Actor||Hussein|
|Mortensen, Elisabeth||Elisabeth Mortensen||Actor||Liv|
|Sadiq, Khawar, Gomi||Khawar Gomi Sadiq||Actor||Aron|
|Tangen, Marte, ||Marte Tangen||Actor||Maria|
|Østensen, Martin Karelius, ||Martin Karelius Østensen||Actor||Christian|
|Kairhoum, Zakhia||Zakhia Kairhoum||Adaptation|
|Steimler, Lena||Lena Steimler||Adaptation|
|Halle, Barthold, ||Barthold Halle||Assistant Director|
|Halle, Barthold, ||Barthold Halle||Director|
|Ibsen, Henrik, ||Henrik Ibsen||Playwright|
|All events in this tour|
|Further Information||Language: Norwegian
Storyline: Zakhia Kairhoum, Lena Steimler and Sedik Aziz Bawan.
Screenplay: Zakhia Kairhoum and Lena Steimler
It is a wonderful one act plays inspired by "A Doll's House" added our time. The play is about a Norwegian mother-daughter relationship in collision with Iraqi attitudes.
Life has just been premiered as Nora in A Doll's House. She is happily living with Aaron, who is from Iraq. She has a daughter of 16 years, Maria, from a previous marriage. The daughter has a boyfriend named Christian. Aaron has an old acquaintance from Iraq, named Hussein and taxi driver with a large family. He acts as both a lifesaver and comic relief.
The conflict in the play occurs as Aaron gets to know Mary. He helps her in a difficult situation and discovers that the relationship between mother and daughter collide with the attitudes he was raised by.
The play was at the initiative of Intercultural Museum in 2005. Intention was to get writers with different cultural backgrounds to cooperate with Norwegian playwrights. Henrik Ibsen should be inspirational.
The play was first performed at the Theatre Innvik under TWIST08 festival.|