Event A Doll's House
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DescriptionSources: Harley Granville-Barker." ""The coming of Ibsen"" in The Eighteen-Eighties: Essays by Fellows of the Royal Society of Literature".
VenuePrincess Theatre, 163 Spring Street, Melbourne, Australia
Umbrella EventThe Achurch-Charrington Tour
First Date14th September 1889
Last Date27th September 1889
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre
Secondary Genre
    • Drama
Resources
Organisations
Contributors
NameFunctionCharacterNotes
Janet AchurchActorNora
Mr AtkinsonActorA porter
Charles CharringtonActorTorvald Helmer
Herbert FlemmingActorNils Krogstad
Madge HerrickActorAnne Marie
Fannie MusgroveActorHelene
Baby NichollsActorIvarEinar
Master StephensActorBob
Henry H. VincentActorDr. Rank
Lilly WhiteActorEmmyEmma
Maud WilliamsonActorMrs. Kristine Linde
W. RobinsComposerOverture, tarantella
John BruntonDesignerScenery
Charles CharringtonDirector
Henrik IbsenPlaywright
William ArcherTranslator
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Works
Production NationalityEngland
Performance languageEnglish
Further Informationnt 1037 Played 24 times at the Novelty Theatre in London. First time Charles Charrington played Torvald Helmer. In London he played Dr. Rank. Sources: - reviews below. - Harley Granville-Barker, "The coming of Ibsen" in The Eighteen-Eighties: Essays by Fellows of the Royal Society of Literature , Cambridge 1930. - Michael Meyer, Henrik Ibsen: a biography , Oslo 1971. - AusStage
Event Identifier76249