I Am The Wind is a tale of enduring humanity against insurmountable odds. Two lifelong travelling companions are bound together on a journey across a vast ocean. At once moving and comic, this new work by one of Europe’s most widely performed playwrights dramatises the endless struggle to be human.
In I Am The Wind Fosse returns to a fundamental core of his authorship: Two friends parting ways. One character moves on or passes away, leaving the other behind to remember. In this play, the first character returns. Or does he?
"Jon Fosse is a master of dialogue ... It is not surprising that Jon Fosse is one of the leading contemporary dramatists in Europe, and the second most played Norwegian dramatist after Ibsen."
"However you interpret it, the play grips because it appeals to something fundamental: it shows two cornered human beings in an extreme situation and demonstrates the power of love."