Hedda Gabler

Hedda Gabler (Ibsen)

Hedda Gabler opened in May 2011 at Sæterhytten in Oslo. More than 40 performances were shown the first season. The production has been a part of the International Ibsen Festival in Oslo in 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018. It has also been presented at The Theatre Festival Retroperspektywy in Lodz in Poland 2014, at the Fadjr Festival in Teheran in Iran in January 2016, The Almada International Theater Festival in Lisbon in July 2016 (where it won the prize of honour) and at The Natouri International Ibsen Festival «Ibsen Now» in Tokyo in December 2016. In 2017 Hedda Gabler was back at Casa da Cerca in Lisbon with 6 performances and to receive the Festival’s Prize. It was also presented at Porsgrunn International Theatrefestival in June 2018 with 5 sold out performances. 

Hedda Gabler will be part of The International Theatre World festival in Brno, May 22nd and 23rd, 2019:
http://www.divadelnisvet.cz/en/o-festivalu-eng

Photos

Photos by Anders Lien

Video

Credits

Artistic director and performance concept: Juni Dahr

Text: Henrik Ibsen
Text adaption: Juni Dahr and Tonje Gotschalksen
Directing by: Juni Dahr and Tonje Gotschalksen, in collaboration with the actors

Hedda Gabler: Juni Dahr
Jørgen Tesman: Lars Øyno
Eilert Løvborg: Hauk Heyerdahl
Judge Brack: Robert Skjærstad/Kai Remlov/Bjørn Skagestad
Thea Elvsted: Nina Woxholtt

Costumes: Silje Fjellberg
Producer: Marianne Roland

Duration: 1 hour 35 minutes.

Supported by: Arts Council Norway, FFUK, FFLB, Fritt Ord, Bergesenstiftelsen, DKS i Oslo, Ministery of Foreign Affairs.

Overwiew of venues

2011:
Hedda Gabler opened in Oslo, Norway. Nominated for the Norwegian theatre prize, the Hedda prize.

2012:
Oslo International Ibsen Festival, Norway

2014:
Oslo International Ibsen Festival, Norway
The Theatre Festival Retroperspektywy in Lodz, Poland

2016:
Fadjr Festival in Teheran, Iran. Prize for best actress.

2016:
Oslo International Ibsen Festival, Norway
Almada International Theater Festival in Lisbon, Portugal. Prize best performance.

2016:
Oslo International Ibsen Festival, Norway
The Natouri International Ibsen Festival «Ibsen Now» in Tokyo, Japan

2017:
Almada International Theater Festival in Lisbon, Portugal. Receiving the prize of honour, Juni Dahr as festival artist under the heading «The sense of the masters».

2018:
Oslo International Ibsen Festival, Norway
PIT – 
Porsgrunn International Theatrefestival 

Press photo (high res) by Anders Lien

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