Olav Myrtvedt, set design, trained as a set designer at the Danish Design School and has been working as a set designer on drama and dance works since 1995. His many productions include Easter, A Streetcar Named Desire, Terrorism, Ghosts, The Wild Duck, Faust, Request Programme and Die Fledermaus, all at the National Theatre in Oslo. A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Stockholm City Theatre, Faith, Hope and Charity at the Göteborg City Theatre and Twelfth Night at the Aalborg Theatre, for which Olav Myrtvedt was awarded the Reumert Award for Set Designer of the Year 2011. He has also done the set designs for several first performances of the Jon Fosse plays that were presented at the set design exhibition Fosse via Myrtvedt during the Prague Quadriennial in 2003. Myrtvedt has also collaborated with a number of independent groups within the fields of dance and theatre. Right now, he is involved with the plays Omsorg (Eng: Care) at the National Theatre and Phèdre at Det Norske Teater, both in Oslo. At the Göteborg Opera, he previously designed the set for West Side Story in 2011.
L'Elisir d'Amore, premiere 16 November 2013