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VenueTheatro Nea Skini, Agiou Konstantinou 22, Athens, Greece
First Date22nd July 1904
Opening Night4th December 1901
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre
Adrianou, Kyveli, Kyveli AdrianouActorHedvig
Chrysomallis, Angelos, Angelos ChrysomallisActorOld Ekdal
Devaris, Dionysios, Dionysios DevarisActorA short-sighted gentleman
Kalogerikos, Panos, Panos KalogerikosActorRelling
Leon, Petros, Petros LeonActorRelling
Myrat, Mitsos, Mitsos MyratActorHjalmar Ekdal
Panagiotopoulos, Th., Th. PanagiotopoulosActorMolvik
Papadopoulos, Ioannis, Ioannis PapadopoulosActorJensen
Papageorgiou, Nikos, Nikos PapageorgiouActorGregers Werle
Pasagianni, Eleni, Eleni PasagianniActorGina Ekdal
Pasagiannis, Spilios, Spilios PasagiannisActorHaakon Werle
Rodakis, Georgios, Georgios RodakisActorGraaberg
Safra, M., M. SafraActorMrs. Sörby
Sikelianos, Angelos, Angelos SikelianosActorOther gentleman, Haakon Werle's guest
Vratsanos, Dimos, Dimos VratsanosActorA balding gentleman
Zinon, Aristeidis, Aristeidis ZinonActorPettersen
Christomanos, Konstantinos, Konstantinos ChristomanosAssistant Director
Christomanos, Konstantinos, Konstantinos ChristomanosCostume Designer
Christomanos, Konstantinos, Konstantinos ChristomanosDesigner
Christomanos, Konstantinos, Konstantinos ChristomanosDirector
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Markellos, Spyros, Spyros MarkellosTranslator
Production NationalityGreece
Performance language
Further InformationPlayed 4th, 5th, 6th and 8 December 1901 at Theatro Variete. Revived 31 March 1902, 14 and 16 July 1903, in March 1904 and 22 July 1904 by Dimotiko Thea Tron Athinon and the Theatro Nea Skini in Athens (see details below). Any changes to the crew 22 July 1904 and in touring shows are not known. Sources: - Giannis Moschos, Henrik Ibsen on the Greek stage. From the first performance till the end of the 20th century (1894-2000), PhD thesis, School of Drama, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki 2012, Vol. II, p. 29-31. - Vania Papanikolaou, The contribution of Nea Skini in the development of the modern Greek theatre, PhD thesis, Theatre Studies & Musicology, Department of Philology, School of Philosophy, University of Crete, Rethymno 2011, p. 309, 363 and 401.
Event Identifier80217