Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine
Hamletmachine

Hamlemachine is like a rock that can be placed in any landscape or place of mind. Heiner Müller wrote it in 1977 while translating Shakespeare into German and calls it ‘the shrunken head of Hamlet’. It reflects on east European history, the role of the intellectual in a torn society, revolution, personal traumata….

 

Text by Heiner Müller

Directed by: Ann Kristin Rommen

Scenography: Freya Sif Hestnes

Light: Loriana Casagrande

Costumes: Johanna Dahlbäck

Sound: Mwansa Mulenga

Video design: Elizabet Damyanova

Production and stage manager: Mari Lassen-Bergsten Kamsvaag

Performed by: Tobias Shaw, Marina Popović, Victoria Fredrikke Schou Røising, Nikoline Spjelkavik, Desiree Bøgh Vaksdal, Katrine Leth, Viola Tømte

 

Norwegian Theatre Academy

Hamletmachine

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