Event Die Wildente
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VenueLessingtheater, Friedrich-Karl-Ufer 1, Berlin, Germany
First Date8th February 1909
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre
Contributors
SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Bassermann, Albert, Albert BassermannActorHjalmar Ekdal
Borowski, Hermann, Hermann BorowskiActorJensen
Dietrich, Louis, Louis DietrichActorHired servant
Forest, Karl,Karl ForestActorOld Ekdal
Fuchs, Oskar,Oskar FuchsActorA balding gentleman
Hellweger, Hermann, Hermann HellwegerActorA short-sighted gentleman
Lehmann, Else, Else LehmannActorGina Ekdal
Marr, Hans, Hans MarrActorRelling
Orloff, Ida, Ida OrloffActorHedvig
Pauli, Paul, Paul PauliActorGraaberg
Reicher, Emanuel, Emanuel ReicherActorHaakon Werle
Rickelt, Gustav, Gustav RickeltActorA fat gentleman
Sauer, Oscar, Oscar SauerActorGregers Werle
Sussin, Mathilde, Mathilde SussinActorMrs. Sörby
Teuber, Arthur, Arthur TeuberActorPettersen
Ziener, Bruno, Bruno ZienerActorMolvik
Lessing, Emil, Emil LessingAssistant Director
Lessing, Emil, Emil LessingDirector
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
der großen Gesamt-Ausgabe, Uebersetzung, Uebersetzung der großen Gesamt-AusgabeTranslator
Events in same tour
SORT_EONameNameDatoNotesEventID
Wildente, DieDie Wildente1906-05-2379278
Wildente, DieDie Wildente1906-09-19Re-opening89463
Wildente, DieDie Wildente1907-08-19Reopening88845
Wildente, DieDie Wildente1908-11-16Reopening89387
Wildente, DieDie Wildente1909-08-25Re-opening89454
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Production NationalityGermany
Performance language
Further InformationLanguage: German
Re-opening a production which premiered on 8 November 1905.
This was the sixth production of an Ibsen cycle at Lessing-Theater (cycle began with The League of Youth on 22 January 1909 and included all of Ibsen thirteen contemporary dramas).
Event Identifier79410