Event Peer Gynt
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VenueLessingtheater, Friedrich-Karl-Ufer 1, Berlin, Germany
First Date15th September 1923
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre
Contributors
SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Blechner, Else, Else BlechnerActorAnitra
Briese, Gert, Gert BrieseActorFarmers
Burgin, Erika, Erika BurginActorSolveig
Elzer, Carl, Carl ElzerActorAslak, Boyg
Gmür, Walpurga, Walpurga GmürActorGirls
Hahn, Berta, Berta HahnActorTwo women
Hart, Maja, Maja HartActorIngrid
Hartmann, Martha, Martha HartmannActorSolveigs mother
Hellberg, Ruth, Ruth HellbergActorGirls
Hoffmann, Trude, Trude HoffmannActorGirls
Jönsson, Karl, Karl JönssonActorSolveigs father
Kalischer, Margarethe, Margarethe KalischerActorThree mountain girls
Laske, Manfred, Manfred LaskeActorThe bridegroom, an ugly child
Lind, Emil, Emil LindActorThe Troll King
Loos, Theodor, Theodor LoosActorPeer Gynt
Mahnke, Carl, Carl MahnkeActorThe bridegrooms father
Michelke, Richard, Richard MichelkeActorAn old farmer
Monnard, Bertha, Bertha MonnardActorMother Aase
Müller, Kurt, Kurt MüllerActorFarmers
Neßler, Ernst, Ernst NeßlerActorA Buttonmoulder
Osten, Käte, Käte OstenActorThe bridegrooms mother, Mary/Two women
Roskun, Ada, Ada RoskunActorThree mountain girls
Serno, Aenne, Aenne SernoActorThree mountain girls
Tamanoff, Fedor, Fedor TamanoffActorFarmers
Urich, Karl, Karl UrichActorThe farmer at Haegstad
Walter, Max, Max WalterActorA troll courtier
Wentzel, Marianne, Marianne WentzelActorWoman in green
Barnowsky, Victor, Victor BarnowskyAssistant Director
Grieg, Edvard, HagerupEdvard Grieg (Edvard Hagerup Grieg)Composer
Barnowsky, Victor, Victor BarnowskyDirector
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Morgenstern, Christian, Christian MorgensternTranslator
Works
Production NationalityGermany
Performance language
Further InformationLanguage: German
Reopening of a production which premiered exactly ten years earlier, on 15 September 1913. Performed for the 475th time (according to Berliner Börsen-Zeitung 31 August 1923).
Event Identifier79818