Event Die Stützen der Gesellschaft
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VenueAltonaer Stadttheater, Königstrasse, Hamburg, Germany
First Date4th November 1918
Last Date28th November 1918
Primary GenreTheatre
Secondary Genre
    • Drama
  • Web: Ibsen.net
445500Arnold, Frk., Frk. Arnold379ActorMiss Hilda Rummel
443066Bach, Paul, Paul Bach379ActorRummel
445492Bonn, Frk., Frk. Bonn379ActorMrs. Holt
437545Borchardt, Marie, Marie Borchardt379ActorMiss Martha Bernick
445514Broock, Frk., Frk. Broock379ActorMiss Netta Holt4 November 1918
443863Chony, Emil,Emil Chony379ActorSandstad
437538Eppens, Otto, Otto Eppens379ActorConsul Karsten Bernick
437525Ferron, Marie, Marie Ferron379ActorMiss Lona Hessel
437533Gartner, Philine, Philine Gartner379ActorMrs. Lynge
437529Gerlich, Grete, Grete Gerlich379ActorMrs. Betty Bernick
444220Gude, Karl, Karl Gude379ActorKrap
444460Gude-Brandt, Gusti, Gusti Gude-Brandt379ActorMrs. Rummel
437548Lassen, Konrad, Konrad Lassen379ActorRörlund
445512Maack, Fr., Fr. Maack379ActorOlaf28 November 1918
445511Maack, Mr., Mr. Maack379ActorOlaf4 November 1918
445495Pink, Frk., Frk. Pink379ActorMiss Netta Holt28 November 1918
437524Taeger, Friedrich, Friedrich Taeger379ActorJohan Tönnesen
437547Wehlau, Ernst, Ernst Wehlau379ActorAune
437526Wehrlin, Arthur, Arthur Wehrlin379ActorHilmar Tönnesen
440410Wilhelmi, Willy, Willy Wilhelmi379ActorVigeland
444216Wollmann, Elfriede, Elfriede Wollmann379ActorDina Dorf
437526Wehrlin, Arthur, Arthur Wehrlin375Director
426902Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik Ibsen386Playwright
Production NationalityGermany
Performance languageGerman
Further InformationReopening of a production which premiered on 13 March 1918.
/ The production was part of an Ibsen cycle which comprised Hedda Gabler, A Doll’s House, Pillars of Society, Ghosts, The Wild Duck, Rosmersholm, An Enemy of the People and Peer Gynt. The cycle was given twice in the spring of 1918 and twice in the autumn of 1918. Pillars of Society was performed on 15 April 1918 as the third performance in cycle no. 1, on 3 May 1918 as the third performance in cycle no. 2 and on 4 November 1918 as the eighth performance in the autumn’s cycle no. 1.
Event Identifier94139
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