“Nora”, drama by Henrik Ibsen, adapted and directed by Tatjana Mandić Rigonat
Rehearsals started for the show “Nora” based on Henrik Ibsen’s play of the same title, adapted and directed by Tatjana Mandić Rigonat which is to premiere early in December on the Main stage
The first reading rehearsal of the production “Nora”, based on Henrik Ibsen’s play of the same title, adapted and directed by Tatjana Mandić Rigonat, was held on October 11 in the rehearsal room.
The opening night was planned early in December on the Main Stage, and the cast members are Nada Šargin (Nora Helmer), Nenad Stojmenović (Torvald Helmer, a lawyer, Nora’s husband), Hadži Nenad Maričić (Dr. Rank), Katarina Marković (Mrs. Kristine Linde), Goran Jevtić (Lawyer Nils Krogstad) and Jelena Blagojević (Maid).
The artistic team also includes Branko Hojnik (set designer), Ivana Vasić (costume designer), Irena Dragović (composer), Ljiljana Mrkić Popović (stage speech), Igor Koruga (stage movement) and Jelena Tvrdišić (video design).
The associates in the show are Vuk Miletić, Vidan Lalić (producers), Sanja Ugrinić Mimica (stage manager), Danica Stevanović (prompter), Dunja Kostić (assistant set designer and assistant director), Nevena Šmitran (assistant costume designer) and Ivona Džudović (trainee organiser).
This will be the third adaptation of “Nora” at the National Theatre, written in 1879 by the famous Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, one of the greatest playwrights in world literature.