Event Peer Gynt
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VenueKinolokalet, Vikersund, Norway
First Date15th September 1927
Opening Night5th September 1927
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre
Secondary Genre
    • Drama
Source
  • Web: Ibsen.net
Resources
Organisations
Contributors
NameFunctionCharacterNotes
Bjørn BjørnevikActorBegriffenfeldt
Klara DahlActorMother Aase
Mimi KihleActorWoman in green
Mimi KihleActorIngrid
Mimi KihleActorAnitra
Arne KleveActorThe Strange Passenger
Arne KleveActorHussein
Lars NygardActorMads Moen
Lars NygardActorThe Troll King
Lars NygardActorA Fellah
Lars NygardActorHerr von Eberkopf
Karen SchjetleinActorSolveig
Einar TveitoActorPeer Gynt
Gyda ChristensenChoreographer
Edvard Grieg (Edvard Hagerup Grieg)Composer
Ola CorneliusDesigner
Egil EideDirector
Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Events in tour
NameVenueDato
Peer GyntMoss Hotel, Dronningens gate 21, Moss, Norway1927-09-06
Peer GyntAvholdslokalet, Horten, Norway1927-09-07
Peer GyntMunken kino, Larvik, Norway1927-09-08
Peer GyntArbeiderforeningen, Kammegaten 5, Tønsberg, Norway1927-09-09
Peer GyntTeatret Hamar, Strandgata 23, Hamar, Norway1927-09-24
Peer GyntElverum kulturhus, Storgata 18, Elverum, Norway1927-09-25
Peer GyntFolkets Hus, A J Horgens vei 25, Mjøndalen, Norway1927-09-28
Peer GyntDrammens Teater, Øvre Storgate 12, Drammen, Norway1927-09-29
Peer GyntSandefjords Teater, Sandefjord, Norway1927-09-30
Peer GyntTheatret i Trondheim, Prinsens Gate 20, Trondheim, Norway1927-11-08
Peer GyntMaihaugsalen, Maihaugvegen 1, Lillehammer, Norway1928-05-17
Peer GyntVinstra, Vinstra, Norway1928-06-09
Works
Production NationalityNorway
Performance languageNorwegian
Further InformationTour opening in Fredrikstad, Norway. Full tour list not obtained. 97 Performances in total. Grieg’s music was played by Alf Wivart (piano) and Gudveig Haslum (violin). Sources: • Fredriksstad Blad 3. and 6.9.1927. • Moss og Omegns Arbeiderblad 6.9.1927. • Horten Dagblad 30.8.1927. • Jarlsberg og Larvik Amtstidende 8. and 9.9.1927. • Vestfold Social-Demokrat 8. and 10.9.1927. • Buskerud blad 14.9.1927. • Hamar Arbeiderblad 23. and 26.9.1927. • Østerdalens Arbeiderblad 24. and 26.9.1927. • Drammens Tidende 27. and 30.9.1927. • Sandefjords blad 29.9. and 1.10.1927. • Trondhjems Adresseavis 7. and 9.11.1927. • Hamar Arbeiderblad 24., 26. and 28.11.1927. • Lillehammer Tilskuer 16.5. and 8.6.1928. In 1928 the same theatre went on tour with The Vikings at Helgeland and Brand.
Event Identifier83462