Tagged: Henrik Ibsen

All My Sons

Ducks versus sons

Henrik Ibsen’s influence on Arthur Miller is perhaps best seen in All My Sons Christine Foster Meloni Washington All My Sons. When this play first appeared on Broadway in 1947, critics called it an...

Honey cake: Ibsen’s sweet tradition

Honningkake may not make you as productive as Henrik Ibsen, but it does go well with tea Nicole Villeneuve San Francisco Humans are creatures of habit. In our earliest years, we’re taught a routine...

Scholar on “Norway’s Shakespeare”

Christine Foster Meloni Washington, D.C. George Mason University professor Rick Davis this spring presented a stimulating talk to the members of the Sons of Norway D.C. lodge on Norway’s great playwright Henrik Ibsen, who...

Bringing Ibsen back to life in NY

Brooklyn Academy of Music’s educational program makes Ghosts relevant for teens Victoria Hofmo Brooklyn, N.Y. Ibsen’s Ghosts has been staged countless times and performed in a variety of languages throughout the world. A new...

Who is the most important Norwegian?

When VG set out to choose the most important Norwegians in modern history, the readers’ list revealed the many different ways to define importance Molly Andrus Norwegian American Weekly In celebration of the bicentennial...

A Doll, once again, comes off the shelf

A Doll, once again, comes off the shelf Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” is currently running at BAM with a stellar cast and production team Victoria Hofmo Brooklyn, N.Y. Sparsely populated Norway remains surprisingly mighty...

Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts in New York

Andrew Janet’s modern adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s GHOSTS. It will be the inaugural full production by the Classic Play Reading Series, and will be produced outdoors in the Secret Garden of the Merchant’s House...