Mørkeloftet (The Dark Attic) (NO)

Destructive passions, neglected children and the longing for love.

Based on Henrik Ibsen's Little Eyolf and The Wild Duck, adapted by Trine Wiggen.  (Illustration: Fabian Christensen)

Based on Henrik Ibsen's Little Eyolf and The Wild Duck, adapted by Trine Wiggen.  (Illustration: Fabian Christensen)

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SEPTEMBER 15th, 16th and 17th
Westerdals/Campus Vulkan

Performed in Norwegian.

A collaboration between Bayerische Theaterakademie August Everding (Teaterakademiet i Munchen) and Westerdals Oslo ACT.

In the performance Mørkeloftet (The Dark Attic) we investigate Henrik Ibsen's inspirations in folklore, fairy tales and myths. We open the door into the dark attic of Ekdal's studio, and the door into the darkness of the characters.

Mørkeloftet (The Dark Attic) is about destructive passions, neglected children and the longing for love.

Cast:
Grosserer Werle   Fabian Christensen
Gregers Werle       Gorm A. F. Grømer
Hjalmar Ekdal       Even Vesterhus/Fabian Christensen
Hedvig Ekdal         Cem Yeginer
Gina Ekdal              Rebekka Jynge
Rottejomfruen      Ruben Rosbach
Rita Allmers           Karoline Sandnes Stien
Alfred Allmers       Emery Escher
Eyolf Allmers         Venill Kravik

 

 

Festival performances:
15. SEPTEMBER 20:00
16. SEPTEMBER 20:00
17. SEPTEMBER 20:00

DIRECTION/SOUND/ROOM:
Trine Wiggen

Educated at Statens teaterhøgskole (1991-1994). She has worked as an actor at Den Nationale Scene, Oslo Nye Teater and Nationaltheatret, where she is a permanent employee. Wiggen has won Gablerprisen and Heddaprisen and been nominated for both Amanda and Gullruten. She debuted as a director with Fool for love in spring 2011, and has also directed Vi som er hundre and Det merkelege som hende med hunden den natta at Det Norske Teatret.

Light: Thea Mæhlum



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