The Hedda Award 2002

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Nominations

  • Dramatikerutdanningen - Pilotprosjektet

    Det Åpne Teater ved prosjektleder Ragnhild Mærli ble nominert for pilotprosjektet Dramatikerutdanningen.

  • Verdensteatret

    Verdensteatret ble nominert for produksjonen TSALAL.

  • Tsalal
  • Lisbeth Narud

    Lisbeth Narud was nominated for her artistic work with the puppetry performances Thumbelina, The Norwegian Touring Theatre and Petter Blå* (Petter Blue), Hordaland Theatre, with particular emphasis on puppetry design, stage design and costumes.

    *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

Winners

  • Petter Blå* (Petter Blue)

    Lisbeth Narud won the award for her artistic work with the puppetry performances Thumbelina, The Norwegian Touring Theatre, and Petter Blå* (Petter Blue), Hordaland Theatre, with particular emphasis on puppetry design, stage design and costumes.

    *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

  • Thumbelina

    Lisbeth Narud won the award for her artistic work with the puppetry performances Thumbelina, The Norwegian Touring Theatre, and Petter Blå* (Petter Blue), Hordaland Theatre, with particular emphasis on puppetry design, stage design and costumes.

    *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

  • Lisbeth Narud

    Lisbeth Narud won the award for her artistic work with the puppetry performances Thumbelina, The Norwegian Touring Theatre, and Petter Blå* (Petter Blue), Hordaland Theatre, with particular emphasis on puppetry design, stage design and costumes.

    *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

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    Honorary Hedda

    In this category the jury announces no nominations.

    The criteria are open.

    Winners

    Best production

    Best production is to surpass other productions through:

    *current interest.

    *format.

    *context/event.

    Nominations

    • There

      There, Jo Strømgren Kompani was nominated.

    • Mother Courage

      Mother Courage by Bertolt Brecht, Trøndelag Theatre was nominated.

    • Tales from the Vienna Wood

      Tales from the Vienna Wood by Ödön von Horváth, The Norwegian Theatre, was nominated.

    Winners

    • Jo Strømgren Kompani

      There by Jo Strømgren Kompani won the best production award.

    • There

      There by Jo Strømgren Kompani won the best production award.

    Particularly excellent performance

    The particularly excellent performance is to surpass other good performances through:

    *qualities of craft.

    *artistic qualities.

    *unpredictability.

    Nominations

    • Laila Goody

      Laila Goody was nominated for her interpretation of Eleonora in Easter by August Strindberg, The National Theatre.

    • Bjarte Hjelmeland

      Bjarte Hjelmeland was nominated for his interpretation of the clown Fabian Feste in Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, The National Theatre, and of Steinar in the musical Antons Villfaring* (Anton's Deviation) by Erlend Loe and Jan Eggum, The Norwegian Theatre.

      *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

    • Arlene Wilkes

      Arlene Wilkes was nominated for her interpretation of Velma in the musical Chicago.

    Winners

    • Chicago

      Arlene Wilkes won the award for her interpretation of Velma in the musical Chicago.

    • Arlene Wilkes

      Arlene Wilkes won the award for her interpretation of Velma in the musical Chicago.

    Best visual design

    The best visual design is to surpass other good works through:

    *conceptual autonomy (that the stage design is an artistic work in itself) balanced with conceptual function (the dramaturgic dimensions of the room).

    *relation to related art forms (visual art, design, architecture).

    *innovation, in particular related to stage design/the profession of theatre and related art forms.

    Nominations

    • Mia Runningen

      Mia Runningen was nominated for the costumes for Annie get your gun, The Norwegian Touring Theatre.

    • Bård Lie Thorbjørnsen

      Bård Thorbjørnsen was nominated for the stage design for Mother Courage, Trøndelag Theatre.

    • John Kristian Alsaker

      John-Kristian Alsaker was nominated for the stage design for Antons Villfaring* (Anton's Deviation), The Norwegian Theatre.

      *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

    Winners

    • Antons Villfaring* (Anton's Deviation)

      John-Kristian Alsaker won the award for the stage design for Antons Villfaring* (Anton's Deviation), The Norwegian Theatre.

      *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

    • John Kristian Alsaker

      John-Kristian Alsaker won the award for the stage design for Antons Villfaring* (Anton's Deviation), The Norwegian Theatre.

      *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

    Best direction

    Best direction is to surpass other good directions through:

    *choice of style and/or style elements and how this/these are executed and adjusted to the totality of the production.

    *how style and/or style elements are adjusted to and established in relation to the material the production discusses or is based on (the dramaturgy/reading).

    *innovation in style.

    Nominations

    • Támas Ascher

      Támas Ascher was nominated for Tales from the Vienna Wood by Ödön von Horvath, The Norwegian Theatre.

    • Leif Stinnerbom

      Leif Stinnerbom was nominated for Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen, Rogaland Theatre.

    • Tyra Tønnessen

      Tyra Tønnesen was nominated for Mother Courage by Bertolt Brecht, Trøndelag Theatre.

    Winners

    • Tales from the Vienna Wood

      Tamás Ascher won the award for Tales from the Vienna Wood by Ödön von Horváth, The Norwegian Theatre.

    • Támas Ascher

      Tamás Ascher won the award for Tales from the Vienna Wood by Ödön von Horváth, The Norwegian Theatre.