Norbert has just finished work on a new video game that will be released at the end of 2017. Due to legal agreements it is not possible to say any more than that but fasten your seatbelts. Norbert just started to work on a screenplay together with his writing partner Thomas Morris, working title: Texas/Hessen, for SIMONSAYS.PICTURES GbR in Germany. The story follows the relationship of a young boy with his disturbed uncle who has just returned home to postwar Germany from four years as a soldier in WWII and then ten years as a POW in Siberia.
Images from the play. (Photos property of Norbert Weisser)
“Krapp’s Last Tape”
“Come and Go”
Beckett 5“Ron Sossi’s production is polished and assured, and the actors perform impeccably.” -- Stage RawNorbert just completed performing the title role in Becket’s Krapp’s Last Tape to rave reviews.
Evolver:Evolver is a new sci-fi short by Director Isaac J. Rosenthal that was written by Julian Meiojas. Norbert has the role of Thomas Adler. A release date will be announced as soon as it is available.
Nemesis: Platinum Cult Collection:Norbert Weisser has roles in two of this four-part series that has been digitally remastered and released on Blu-ray. He appears in Nemesis 3: Time Lapse as Edson, and in Nemesis 4: Death Angel as Tokuda. This is the German language version release.
Midnight Return: Premier at Santa Barbara Film FestivalNorbert Weisser recently reunited at the Santa Barbara Film Festival with his friends from his first motion picture, Midnight Express. Midnight Return is the story of the making of the Academy Award winning film Midnight Express, and the film’s profound effect on Turkey. It also explores Hayes’ relationship with Turkey and his own notoriety after his escape from prison and the subsequent release of the film.Pictured with Norbert Weisser are Irene Miracle who played Billy’s girl friend in the film, and Billy Hayes and his wife Wendy.
Norbert plays Todd in CHARLES’ STORY the last Play of the epic THE GARY PLAYS by Murray Mednick. Taken as a whole, the six-play series portrays economic and spiritual distress in the contemporary urban wilderness of Los Angeles. An everyman/anti-hero, Gary was hailed by KCRW as “a sort of L.A. Leopold Bloom.” Directed by Guy Zimmerman, the series will be performed at the ATWATER VILLAGE THEATER this May into June.