Min kamp ('My struggle') is the decade's literary sensation. Thus took Karl Ove Knausgård huge book-reader audience by storm, far beyond Norway's borders. The novel is about his own life, the world he grew up in, about family, friends, and all the choices that made him who he was and is.
The story is recreated for the stage in a highly successful adaptation by the Norwegian director Ole Anders Tandberg. It was first performed at the Stockholm City Theatre in 2015.
The Norwegian premiere is a co-production between Riksteatret, Oslo Nye Teater and Agder Theatre. The piece should be played in Kristiansand and Oslo, and on tour to 50 locations across the country.