|Further Information||Recorded on the basis of playbills for performances on 12 and 16 January 1909, 2, 11 and 26 February 1914, 10 and 22 April 1915, 24 April, 18 May, 7 October and 15 November 1918 and Paul Möhring, Ibsen auf Hamburgs Bühnen: 1878-1945 (unpublished manuscript at Hamburger Theatersammlung at Universität Hamburg).|
On 2 February 1914 the play was given as the third performance in a cycle of Nordic playwrights. On 10 April 1915 it was given as the sixth performance in an Ibsen cycle which included The Pretenders, Pillars of Society, A Doll’s House, Ghosts, An Enemy of the People, The Wild Duck, Rosmersholm and When We Dead Awaken.
In 1918 the production was part of an Ibsen cycle which comprised Hedda Gabler, A Doll’s House, Pillars of Society, Ghosts, The Wild Duck, Rosmersholm, An Enemy of the People and Peer Gynt. The cycle was given twice in the spring of 1918 and twice in the autumn of 1918. The Wild Duck was given on 24 April as the fifth performance in cycle no. 1, on 18 May as the seventh performance in cycle no. 2, on 7 October as the third performance in the autumn’s cycle no. 1 and on 15 November 1918 as the third performance in the autumn’s cycle no. 2.