Ingeborg Walther played the role of Alva in Alexander’s musical “Trolle og den magiske fela” in 2019.
When I first met Alexander at the audition, he seemed very kind. And it turned out to be a correct first impression.
Alexander said of Ingeborg in an interview -“Many applied to audition ( for the role of Alva), almost 300. But even if it had been 3000, Ingeborg would still have got the role.” Please read on to hear more about this talented actress/singer and her answers to our questions about the role and working with Alexander. Many thanks for joining our “Fiddler’s Bunch”
NAME: Ingeborg Walther BIRTHDAY: 26.09.1999 HOME COUNTRY: Norway
Per Elias Drabløs arranged and directed the music for the musical Trolle Alexander’s musical “Trolle og den magiske fela” in 2019.
Alex is one of a kind.
Per Elias Drabløs
Per Elias Drabløs answered our Fiddler’s bunch questions. Read on to find out more about this very accomplished musical man and how it was working with Alexander to bring the music to the Kilden stage.
NAME: Per Elias Drabløs BIRTHDAY: October 11 HOME COUNTRY: Norway
STIG-WERNER MOE brought the Hulder king to life on stage in his role in Alexander’s musical “Trolle og den magiske fela” in 2019.
Alexander is so damn good playing that instrument, wish I could be as good on the trumpet.
Stig-Werner Moe has taken the challenge to answer the Fansite’s questions, read on further to find out more of his views on working with Alexander and Trolle, and actually what does he have in his pockets 🙂
NAME: Stig-Werner Moe BIRTHDAY: 28 May HOME COUNTRY: Norway
REVIEW OF “TROLLE OG DEN MAGISKE FELA” AT KILDEN THEATRE, NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019
By Jane, London , UK
I was fortunate to be able to attend both the opening and closing nights of “Trolle” in Kristiansand. This meant that, when I first saw it, I didn’t know what to expect, but when I saw it again I was able to focus more on detail. I knew the music and had an idea of the plot – but how would it translate into a full performance (and one in a language that I only have the very basics of)? Before I went I tried to find translations of as many of the songs as I could, which helped, but couldn’t find key songs either in English or Norwegian. I was going to have to hope for the best. Would there be much spoken dialogue? If not, it was going to be quite a short evening as the album runs just over 45 minutes.
It was crowded when Alexander Rybak played with the students from the Culture School in Kilden Friday, November 16.
Original article published in SA.no November 17. Text and photo: Tomas Fordelsen. English translation by TessaLa, revision by Anni Jowett.
A short glimpse from the concert, posted on FB by the Culture School.
At the annual Culture School Concert on Friday, Alexander Rybak himself showed up with his violin. According to the Culture School, it was Rybak himself who took the initiative to play together with the students at Knuden (The Knot), the culture school in Kristiansand.
Melody Grand Prix and “Fairytale” were fun. But at the same time, I was working on something else, something completely different, something that could be about us all. About bullying, about not fitting in. About magical places and mysterious creatures that one can choose to believe in or not. But most of all about friendship.