||Gildet paa Solhoug
|Description||Performed on 2, 4, 20, 23 January and 24 August 1856.
Revival 1860-61: performed on 2, 3 January, 6 March and 11 August 1861.
Revival 1861-62: performed on 2 January 1862.
Guest performances in Trondhjem, Norway on 2nd April and on 25th May 1856|
|Venue||Komediehuset, Engen 39, Bergen, Norway|
|First Date||2nd January 1856|
|Opening Night||2nd January 1856|
|Last Date||24th August 1856|
|Primary Genre||Theatre - Spoken Word|
|Bottelsen, Bernt Andreas, ||Bernt Andreas Bottelsen||Actor||First retainer|
|Brun, Johannes,||Johannes Brun||Actor||Bengt Gauteson|
|Brun, Louise,||Louise Brun||Actor||Margit|
|Hansen, Carl,||Carl Hansen||Actor||Erik of Hægge|
|Hestenæs, Ole, ||Ole Hestenæs||Actor||Second retainer|
|Høyer, Hans, ||Hans Høyer||Actor||An old man|
|Isachsen, Andreas,||Andreas Isachsen||Actor||Knut Gjæsling|
|Jensen, Fredrikke, ||Fredrikke Jensen||Actor||Signe|
|Nielsen, Peder,||Peder Nielsen||Actor||The king’s messenger|
|Prom, Jacob,||Jacob Prom||Actor||Gudmund Alfson|
|Sørensen, Maria||Maria Sørensen||Actor||A girl|
|Ibsen, Henrik, ||Henrik Ibsen||Assistant Director|
|Schediwy, Ferdinand Giovanni, ||Ferdinand Giovanni Schediwy||Composer|
|Ibsen, Henrik, ||Henrik Ibsen||Director|
|Ibsen, Henrik, ||Henrik Ibsen||Playwright|
|All events in this tour|
|Further Information||10 performances.
Fredrikke Jensen married the actor Harald Nielsen on 27 November 1856 and played in many Ibsen productions by the name of Fredrikke Nielsen.
Changes in the cast:
Hans Monsen took over the role as Bengt Gauteson on 2 January 1861.
Marie Fougner took over the role as Margit on 2 January 1861.
Sophie Bränberg took over the role as Signe on 2 January 1861. Sophie Bränberg and Sophie Monsen are identical.
Hans Brun took over the role as Knut Gjæsling on 2 January 1861. Jacob Asmundsen took over the role on 11. August 1861.
Mathias Juell took over the role as First retainer on 2 January 1861.
Ivar Bye took over the role as The king`s messenger on 2 January 1861.
Peder Nielsen took over the role as An old man on 2 January 1861.
Bergensposten by Nils R. Eilertsen.|