In 2017 Camila Bauer and the GOMPA Project was awarded an Ibsen Scholarship for the project "An enemy in the doll’s house – The invisible voice and the voice of the invisible."
In 2017 Jayeechi Cultural Corporation was awarded an Ibsen Scholarship for the project Nauunu. Enemies of the Wayuu Nation.
In 2017 Marie Nikazm Bakken and Fredrik Floen was awarded an Ibsen Scholarship for their project Vikings of Helgeland.
In 2017 Jana Sanskriti was awarded an Ibsen Scholarship for their project Nora questions patriarchy in Bengal.
“ Scholarships are awarded innovativeRead the statutes
projects in the field of drama and performing arts that
act as incentives for critical discourse in regards to
existential and society-related subject matters
concerning Henrik Ibsen. ”
“I carry you within me like a pearl.”
Simon, the new Theologian
“An impeccable performance by John Noble rivets with restrained intensity! Mr. Linklater is excellent! It’s hard not to be touched by Mr. Noble’s portrayal of a great artist! Both actors are most impressive!”
New York Times
Posterity, written and directed by the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright Doug Wright, opened at Atlantic Theatre February 25 2015 in New York.