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Andera y dispone el lienzo El asta yace en el suelo Un poco más lejos hay un caballete con un lienzo A su lado en una silla de campo pincel paleta y cajas de colores Bolette Wangel sale a la terraza por la puerta abierta del cuarto del jardín Trae un florero lleno de flores ue coloca sobre la me I came to the end of this play and thought it seemed to be based on the premise of If you love someone set them free If they come back they re yours if they don t they never wereWhile I didn t really care for the long ago lover part of the story I did think that the family dynamics were a little interesting A stepmother who hasn t managed to fit into the family in any way a father who doesn t see or want to see the problems and daughters who still mourn their mother are all brought together in the end Not an unusual storyline in this day and age but still pretty well done

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Fruen fra havet

A la izuierda la casa del doctor Rangel con una gran terraza llena de muebles Delante de la casa y alrededor jardín En el centro de la escena un asta de bandera A la derecha en la jardín un cenador con una mesa y tres sillas Una valla de esto al fondo De tras de la valla un camino ue va a lo lar I enjoyed this play something mysterious about it not a mystery just a somewhat strange story line that is less about the sea than you might think from the title Ibsen s characters were beautifully conceived probably the best thing about the play and the ending has a bit of a twist

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Go de la playa El camino tiene una avenida de árboles Por entre los árboles se divisa el fjord y el contorno de montañas y rocas en la lejanía Un día de verano cálido y resplandeciente Ballested de media edad con una vieja zamarra y un ancho sombrero de artista está al lado del asta de la b Description A translation of Ibsen s sensuous and erotic play The Lady From The Sea adapted by Frank McGuinness and starring Lia Williams and Hugh BonnevilleNeeding financial security Ellida Wangel has settled for a life as second wife to a dull provincial doctor and is stepmother to his two resentful daughters However she is still spiritually possessed by the mysterious Stranger a former sailor lover and she is left with a desperate yearning for the sea the promise and ecstasy of the unknown When this figure a blatant representation of unrepressed sexuality returns to claim her it forces a crisis in her sterile marriage This startling arrival stirs her desires and lures her back to the water s edge where she must confront both the past and a desire for the freedom that could destroy herMcGuinness poses the uestion is it better to suffocate on dry land or drown in the freedom of the sea The radio is an ideal medium to explore this notion with a soundscape that depicts in the mind the vast ocean beyond that is waiting to spirit Ellida away The surprising ending leaves the listener with a warm sense of hope and well being There I was with my first aid kit forensic chalk stick blood spatter chart and both stretcher and ambulance on standby yet it wasn t needed What s going on Did Ibsen go soft on us She looked like something that might have occured to Ibsen in one of his less frivolous moments Summer Lightening P G WodehouseEllida Wangel Lia WilliamsStranger Hugh BonnevilleMermaids in Dr bak NorwayGR Description The Lady from the Sea was written in Munich in 1888 The earliest extant draft is dated June 5th 1888 but as usual Ibsen had been thinking about the subject for some time A number of elements derive from his stay in Molde in the summer of 1885 It is assumed that Ibsen not only used Molde as his model for the little town by a fjord in the northern part of Norway where the action takes place he was also said to have heard two legends there that made an impression on him and which he used in the play 3 A Doll s House4 Hedda Gabler3 The Wild Duck4 Peer Gynt3 The Master Builder2 Brand4 John Gabriel Borkman3 The Vikings of Helgeland3 The Lady from the Sea


10 thoughts on “Fruen fra havet

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this play something mysterious about it; not a mystery just a somewhat strange story line that is less about the sea than you might think from the title Ibsen's characters were beautifully conceived pr

  2. says:

    A lost love returns15 March 2015 Okay I have mentioned before that reading a play can be somewhat difficult that watching it performe

  3. says:

    Another very enjoyable play from Ibsen I love his work He has the ability to enfold a moral truth in a compelling story like a beautiful multi coloured and multi textured fabric hiding and protecting a precious gem One can feast on the beauty of the wrapping while anticipating the surprise within I listened to a

  4. says:

    There's a point near the end of this play that I really like Ellida has married nice sensible Dr Wangel but her heart still belongs to the sailor she knew all those years ago who mysteriously disappeared She can feel his presence through these strange signs The strangest of them all was the child she had with her husband who didn't live long She's telling the story and at the end she says almost hysterical that the ch

  5. says:

    Description A translation of Ibsen's sensuous and erotic play The Lady From The Sea adapted by Frank McGuinness and starring Lia Williams and Hugh BonnevilleNeeding financial security Ellida Wangel has settled for a life as second wife to a dull provincial doctor and is stepmother to his two resentful daughters

  6. says:

    Regarding Ibsen Maugham said it best Although the uote is lost to me now it goes something like this So Ibsen spen

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    Available at BBC Radio 3A new version of Ib

  8. says:

    I came to the end of this play and thought it seemed to be based on the premise of If you love someone set them

  9. says:

    An Enjoyable ClassicOverall the story was good I am not really used to reading it in play form it has been a lo

  10. says:

    The plot depends too much on coincidence to be satisfying and the subplot almost seems to come from nowhere These flaws stall this play as it reaches for greatness but it does reach and full credit for that This i