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DescriptionTour: / 5 February 1929: the town hall in Caledon. Also performed in Riversdale.
VenueTown Hall In Caledon, Caledon, South Africa
First Date5th February 1929
Opening Night5th February 1929
Primary GenreTheatre
Secondary Genre
    • Drama
  • Web: Ibsen.net
457529Botha, HeleneHelene Botha379ActorNora
457532Coetzee, AndriesAndries Coetzee379ActorA porter
457526de Groot, PaulPaul de Groot379ActorDr. Rank
457526de Groot, PaulPaul de Groot379ActorNils Krogstad
457526de Groot, PaulPaul de Groot379ActorTorvald Helmer
457528Huguenet, AndréAndré Huguenet379ActorNils Krogstad
457528Huguenet, AndréAndré Huguenet379ActorTorvald Helmer
457528Huguenet, AndréAndré Huguenet379ActorDr. Rank
457531la Roche, RenaRena la Roche379ActorMrs. Kristine Linde
457530van Wyk, HenriHenri van Wyk379ActorNils Krogstad
457530van Wyk, HenriHenri van Wyk379ActorDr. Rank
457526de Groot, PaulPaul de Groot375Director
426902Ibsen, Henrik JohanHenrik Johan Ibsen386Playwright
457527Carinus-Holzhausen, A. E.A. E. Carinus-Holzhausen378Translator
Première in a TourYes
Production NationalitySouth Africa
Performance languageAfrikaans
Further InformationAlso played in Riverdale. Was performed 200 times in rural towns in South Africa. The tour ended in October 1929. / The children of Torvald and Nora were played by locally recruited children. The company initially used Ibsen’s original ending, but eventually switched to the alternative, reconcilable ending in which Nora stays. / Source: Temple Hauptfleisch and Hilda van Lill, "Ibsen on the Platteland: The First Professional Production of A Doll’s House in Afrikaans Goes on Tour (1929)", in: Global Ibsen. Performing Multiple Modernities, Erika Fischer-Lichte, Barbara Gronau og Christel Weiler (ed.), London 2011, pp. 19-38.
Event Identifier84462
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