Tagged: Theatre

Smell the lutefisk

Olson’s Nice Family Christmas premieres Judith Gabriel Vinje Los Angeles The audience-wide guffaws and bursts of laughter at the world premiere of prolific playwright Phil Olson’s award-winning comedy, A Nice Family Christmas, are proof...

The Epiphany returns to the beginning

The California cast of this WWII play was invited to perform in its original setting in Norway According to playwright Bruce Olav Solheim, “The Epiphany/Åpenbaringen theatre play is based on my family history and...

Two theatrical takes on marriage

Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and Strindberg’s The Father are performed in tandem at TFANA Victoria Hofmo Brooklyn, N.Y. For almost three decades, Theatre for a New Audience existed without a permanent venue. About three...

The Studio’s Hedda nails a classic

Ibsen’s characters come to life in a timeless production of the once-shocking play Christine Foster Meloni Washington, D.C. The great Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen wrote Hedda Gabler in 1890 and its first performance took...

Fantastic festival week in Oslo

Oslo confirms its status as the live music capital of Scandinavia this week, with four big festivals and hundreds of concerts in a multitude of genres. Music lovers can choose from pop, rock, jazz,...

Jo Stromgren Kompani to perform in Wyoming

  The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance Guest Artist Series will host the innovative dance/theatre troupe Jo Stromgren Kompani for a free performance of “POLAROID (What’s really going on around the...