Event Peer på en pall
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DescriptionFirst performed in the Peer Gynt Skulpturpark at Løren in Oslo.
VenueHyderabad University, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, India
Umbrella EventThe Peer Gynt Cycle
First Date12th February 2015
Opening Night12th February 2015
Last Date16th February 2015
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre
Organisations
Contributors
SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Moen, TuvaTuva MoenActor
Offerdal, Sindre Strand, Sindre Strand OfferdalActor
Ramnefjell, Kari, Kari RamnefjellActor
Strøm, Haakon, Haakon StrømActor
Witt, Seda, Seda WittActor
Zeiner-Gundersen, Stig Håkon, Stig Håkon Zeiner-GundersenActor
Marcussen, Yngve, Yngve MarcussenAssistant Director
Underland, Niels Peter, Niels Peter UnderlandAssistant Director
Bryhn, Anne, Anne BryhnChoreographer(choreographic assistance)
Enoksen, Raymond, Raymond EnoksenComposer
Simonsen, Geirmund, Geirmund SimonsenComposer
Karlsen, Truls, Truls KarlsenCostume Designer
Gjerde, Jan, Jan GjerdeDesigner(resembling assistance)
Marcussen, Yngve, Yngve MarcussenDirector
Underland, Niels Peter, Niels Peter UnderlandDirector
Marcussen, Yngve, Yngve MarcussenDramaturg
Tørressen, Hege Randi, Hege Randi TørressenDramaturg
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Ramnefjell, Kari, Kari RamnefjellProducerProducer Teater Joker
Wolmer, Kristin FladmoeKristin Fladmoe WolmerProducerProducer National Theatre
Floen, Fredrik, Fredrik FloenPuppet Designer
Lid, Ida Holthe, Ida Holthe LidPuppet Designer
Works
Production NationalityIndia
Performance languageNorwegian
Further InformationPart of the Peer Gynt Cycle: International Conference & Theatre Festival. Ibsen Between Tradition & Contemporaneity. 12th to 16th February. Supported by the Royal Norwegian Embassy, New Delhi. What the press says: "Physical humour, precision and surplus!" "A playful, funny and abundant performance, and a feast for the eye!" "Extraordinarily dynamic, fun and strong in its form". Teater Joker's visit to India is funded by The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Fund for Performing Arts in Norway and Stikk.no. About the play: Peer Gynt in 70 minutes and performed on an elevated platform measuring only 2 square meters: a breakneck Journey; a film on stage. Forgotten is the lying and fussy mother, the drunken father and all those who surround him. Peer wants to get away from everything, get up in the world, and become Emperor! This is Peer Gynt performed on a very limited Space, which intensifies both Peer's story and the form in which it is told. It is a coproduction with the National Theatre of Norway, and has toured extensively since the opening during the International Ibsen Festival in 2012. The production is funded by: Spenn, Det Norske Komponistfond, Institutt for Estetiske Fag ved HIOA (Høyskolen i Oslo og Akershus), Forn for Utøvende Kunstnere, Fond for Lyd og Bilde, Norsk Skuespillerforbunds Fond for Frilansere. Theatre Joker's visit to India is funded by The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Fund for Performing Arts in Norway and Stikk.no.
Event Identifier93020