By Ibsen, Henrik; Ibsen, Henrik; Shawn, Wallace
"Internationally well known actor-playwright adapts Henrik Ibsen's grasp Builder. Shawn's performs are every little thing you dream of theatre being-really clever, stimulating, unsettling, hilarious, and fair. the standard of his writing areas Shawn within the corporation of heavyweight playwright-thinkers like Tony Kushner and Caryl Churchill." -Don Shewey. recognized for his not easy and provocative prose, Wallace Shawn, operating with long-time collaborator André Gregory, has spent approximately fifteen years adapting certainly one of Ibsen's maximum works. a movie variation, directed through Jonathan Demme, is determined for spring 2013. Wallace Shawn is the writer of OBIE Award-winning performs Our overdue evening, Aunt Dan and Lemon, and The Fever. different works contain Marie and Bruce, The precise Mourner, and the screenplay for My Dinner with Andre, within which he additionally starred"-- Read more...
summary: "Internationally popular actor-playwright adapts Henrik Ibsen's grasp Builder. Shawn's performs are every little thing you dream of theatre being-really shrewdpermanent, stimulating, unsettling, hilarious, and honest. the standard of his writing areas Shawn within the corporation of heavyweight playwright-thinkers like Tony Kushner and Caryl Churchill." -Don Shewey. recognized for his challenging and provocative prose, Wallace Shawn, operating with long-time collaborator André Gregory, has spent approximately fifteen years adapting considered one of Ibsen's maximum works. a movie model, directed by means of Jonathan Demme, is decided for spring 2013. Wallace Shawn is the writer of OBIE Award-winning performs Our overdue evening, Aunt Dan and Lemon, and The Fever. different works comprise Marie and Bruce, The detailed Mourner, and the screenplay for My Dinner with Andre, within which he additionally starred"
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Sees Hilde) Oh! Is it—you? So! You did come to visit our town after all. SOLNESS: Yes, Miss Wangel has just this very moment arrived in town, and so—she wondered if she might be able to stay here overnight . . MRS. SOLNESS: Here—at the house? Well—er—we’d be delighted. SOLNESS: You know, so that she can get herself organized a bit and sort of— MRS. SOLNESS (To Hilde): Well, I’ll certainly do my best to look after you . . “An unexpected guest is a blessed obligation,” my Aunt Thea used to say.
Well, first, before anything, I so much want to make a little tour of all the buildings you’ve built around here. SOLNESS: Oh—well! Then you’re going to have a lot of running around to do! HILDE: Yes, you’ve done such an enormous amount of work. SOLNESS: Well, I have, really, especially in these last few years. —those really high ones? SOLNESS: No. I don’t do those anymore. HILDE: Well, what do you do, then? SOLNESS: I build homes. You know—for human beings—ha ha— HILDE: Hm. I wonder: wouldn’t it be possible to build something like church towers—on people’s homes?
DR. HERDAL: Well, would that be some sort of an illusion, then? Aren’t you a terribly fortunate man? It seems to me that you’ve experienced good fortune to an almost unbelievable extent, frankly. ) SOLNESS: Yes—I know that. Damn—what’s that music? DR. HERDAL: What music? SOLNESS: Who’s playing that? DR. HERDAL: I don’t hear anything. ) Solness? (Dr. ) What’s going on? (Dr. ) Ingrid? ) There’s a blue bottle with a red label in my bag—I think it’s in the spare room next to the dining room. Please hurry.