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"When I write I am passionate about writing in a way that can move, provoke and get people to think and act toward a better world. In my writings I often try to grasp the contemporary questions of society in a new and absurd way."

If you wish to read my plays in full, please feel free to contact me.



"What is really the thing about life? This life that is lived, this life that we all breathe and live in?

I´ve been thinking and thinking and I don´t get it. Yes, you can say it´s about finding out what you like to do and do that until you die.

If you talk about the meaning of life - it´s death in a way. The meaning as in the meaning is a goal - and that goal, the destination is death, but life´s meaning is to live, I get that, but doesn´t everything you do in life seem like a waste when the destination is death anyway?


Man: You need so much reassurance. You should give yourself the reassurance.

Woman: But I´m so insecure

Man: Learn to not be then. Mrs. Know it all

Woman: Why can´t we just live out the fantasy I have in my head? We are making our own reality anyway?

Man: You make your own reality. This isn´t real.

Woman: You are not real.

Man: Me no? We know that. I´m just text on paper."

"Life And Reality And Stuff" is a dialogue between a woman and a man where subjects as life, depression, unmet love, war and life´s banalities is put together in a hotchpotch of mixed feelings, thoughts and reflections.

And maybe life is mostly about how you look at it yourself and how you choose to think about it? 

Photo: Liv-Christine Hoem

PHOENIX   (2019)

"Who are you? 

What do you want? 

What is your values?

What is your goal? "

In PHOENIX we meet Live who try to answer the questions "Who are you?", "What do you want?" and is approaching the existential question "Why are you here?". She is trapped in a room that can´t be defined by neither time nor place and she meets herself in both good and bad ways.

The play was written as a wish to create awareness at what makes the world feel like a good place to be for one self and others, but it also deals with the experience of not knowing how to, because of so much different information given. Should one dare to go into the dark abyss so that it hopefully can make one stronger and wiser?

PHOENIX was at first written as an assignment for my Bachelor Degree in Acting, and was put together by technical devices and self-composed music into a theatrical expression.








Why isn´t the paper 20 og 30cm? Why does one use paper? Why are the white ones used more than the colorful? And why does everyone go A4?"

In "Destroyed Sheet of Paper" the hysteria of beauty, to fit in and find ones place in the society, is brought up in a new and absurd way. Who really decides what´s wrong and right in life? And what do you really want to achieve in your life?

"Destroyed Sheet of Paper" started as a monologue for a school-assignment. When The Theatre of Trøndelag announced the writing-contest "Young Playwrights", I applied with the monologue and got picked out to be a a part of the project. Through a year, the text was  adapted and evolved in collaboration with the leader of the project Rita Abrahamsen and dramaturg Vera Krohn Svaleng. During the year we got to participate in workshops with actors, playwrights and other stage artists to explore different ways to write theatrical texts. In December 2015, the text was performed at the Theatre of Trøndelag with actors from the theatre.

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f.l.: Henriette Marø, Ingvild Meland and Mads Bones
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Pictures from the website of The Theatre of Trøndelag

f.l.: Nora Grøtting Espestøyl, Ketil Kolstad, Amanda O. Storaunet
Pictures from the Newspaper "Namdalsavisa"

DIALOGUE1  (2014)

In the fall in 2014 the Theatre of Nord-Trøndelag  announced a writing competition in the light of the project for the anniversary of the Constitution named "Demokratikk", where youths 13-19 years old was challenged in answering what the freedom of speech is and means.


Dialogue1 won the competition and the dialogue was performed by acting-students at Nord Universitet in the spring 2015 at the event "Møteplassen" by The Cultural Schoolbag.

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