I Cloni – Lisa Lie / PONR

Lisa Lie / PONR
I Cloni
26+27 May @ 19.00

Is it normal to feel this way?

The moment I am no longer filled with euphoria, life turns insufferable and I just want to die. This sorrow is too big and I’m too small, and time doesn’t work.

I CLONI is the edge where everything starts to dissolve but you keep on talking. All we can say for sure is that if there is life after death, it is just as mundane as life, maybe more intensively so. There will be more blood and screams than in any movie. Our feelings are too strong and too many. We believe in what can neither be seen or be kept at bay. We try to rattle the wails separating dreamers from the dead. Learn to appreciate life before you lose both your legs and learn the hard way.

Shall we join hands and contact the living?

Concept/text/direction: Lisa Lie

Co-Creators/actors: Lisa Lie, Ivar Furre Aam, Helga Kristine Edvindsen, Kenneth Homstad, Petter Winther.

Extra: Sissel Lie

Light design: Kerstin Weimers

Sound design: Christoffer Karlsson

Set design and costumes: Maja Nilsen

Masks: Magnhild Kennedy

Producer: Aurora Kvamsdal

Dramatic advisor: Elin Amundsen Grinaker

Outside eyes: Henriette Pedersen, Julie Moe Sandø

Photographer: Kjell Ruben Strøm.

Co-producers: Black Box teater, Teaterhuset Avant Garden, BIT-teatergarasjen og Dramatikkens hus.  Supported by: Arts Council Norway, Fond for frilansere, FFUK, the municipality of Oslo, the municipality of Trondheim, FFLB og Norsk Skuespillersenter.

PONR are Lisa Lie, Maja Nilsen, Ivar Furre Aam, Kenneth Homstad, Helga Kristine Edvindsen, Kerstin Weimers, Elin Amundsen Grinaker, Christoffer Karlsson, Aurora Kvamsdal, Sissel Lie.



Lisa Lie is a Norwegian director, performance artist, actress, playwright and author. Her pieces exist at the intersection of performance art and text-based theater.

Lie has earned great success as a writer and director producing work with her artistic platform Lisa Lie / PONR. Lisa Lie was awarded the Hedda prize 2015, the most prestigious theatre award in Norway, for “extraordinary artistic achievement” with Blue Motell (2013).