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KHIO_MASTER IN THEATER AT IBSEN AWARDS
Over the years, there has been a lot of things going on at the Ibsen Awards Festival. Below is a list of all festival related articles.
The Tempest Society is not a documentary or a fiction, but a hypothesis:
By Bouchra Khalili, Morocco/France.
Commissioned for Documenta14.
Co-produced with Ibsen Awards, with the support of FNAGP, Paris.
Firing range (wild ducks) by Influx Artist Collective, Greece, winners of Ibsen Scholarship 2015, presented their final scholarship winning performance at Teater Ibsen for the festival.
Friendly Fire - an adaptation of Hedda Gabler by Théâtre Anfass, Morocco.
Curated by Ibsen Awards.
By The Carnival Union
A collaboration between Dramatikkens hus og Ibsen Awards
By Eirik Fauske
A collaboration between Dramatikkens hus og Ibsen Awards.
With Ibsen’s dramatic universe as a pivoting point for addressing different conflicts and thresholds between the local and the global, the private and the collective, them and us, we wanted to investigate the relations between the theatre and society in different parts of the world.
Guest performance by Theatre of an Actor, Macedonia in co-production with Ode Theatre, Kosovo.
A workshop collaboration between the American actor Robert M. Johanson, American playwright Sibyl Kempson and Ibsen Awards/Teater Ibsen.
Is it the majority or the individual? The controversial, the debater or the ignorant? What topics create controversy today? What are the limits of publicly accepted expressions? How does contemporary theatre relate to these issues?
Guest performances, artistic presentations, speakers and debates will address these topics.
A lecture-performance of “Min(d)ing Ibsen. An Enemy of the People meets the People” by its two directors and one of its performer. A 2013 Ibsen Scholarship winning performance.
A performance by Zoukak Theatre Company, Lebanon. Curated by Ibsen Awards.
You can also see contibutions by Karl Ove Knausgård, Hans-This Lehmann, Fabjan Hafner, Claus Peymann, Friederike Heller and Katharina Pektor.
Acceptance speech by winner of The International Ibsen Award 2014, talks, guest performances and discussion.
A theatre performance by Zoukak Theatre Company, Lebanon.
Based on Ibsen's "Emperor and Galilean".
A 2011 Ibsen Scholarship winning performance.
Staging Ibsen's "The Enemy of the People" in post revolutionary Egypt investigats the atmosphere of confrontation and public debate present in the central chapter of the play with the current popular mood of argument, corruption, denial and conflict in the political scene in Egypt.
The most dangerous enemy of truth and freedom amongst us is the compact majority.
A final examination performance at Amsterdamse Hogeschool van de art of Ibsen's A Doll's House. Directed by Maren E. Bjørseth.
Acceptance speech by winner of The International Ibsen Award, talks, guest performances and discussion.
A workshop presentation by Epic Theatre Ensemble in collaboration with Ibsen Awards and Teater Ibsen.
How do directors approach Ibsen’s plays today and what are their artistic interpretations based on?
How do directors from different cultures approach Ibsen’s plays today and what are their artistic interpretations based on?
What are the posibilites we have in promoting and managing the life and works of an artist – locally, nationally and internationally? Which challenges and dilemmas arise when we consider the biographical, artistical and geographical background of the artist?
The first edition of Skien International Ibsen Conference focused on artistic freedom from different perspectives, including censorship and constraints imposed by legislation as well as restrictions based on socio-political and cultural norms and values.