Event Peer Gynt
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VenueSeattle Civic Theatre, Seattle, United States
First Date31st January 1936
StatusUnknown
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
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SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Wells, Mary AnnMary Ann Wells
Anderson, BetteBette AndersonActorHerd girlBird Cries, Girls
Anderson, MildredMildred AndersonActorSolveig's Mother
Bloom, LloydLloyd BloomActorFuchs
Eldredge, HopeHope EldredgeActorHelga
Fink, IdaIda FinkActorHerd girlBird Cries, Girls
Geddes, HelenHelen GeddesActorA girl
Grandjean, MaryMary GrandjeanActorHerd girlBird Cries, Girls
Grant, WilliamWilliam GrantActorDovregrubben, Boyg
Gregg, GeorgeGeorge GreggActorHerr von EberkopfBridegroom's Father, Schafmann
Hamlin, RobertRobert HamlinActorMr CottonSolveig's Father, Huhu
Hardin, DavidDavid HardinActorAn Ugly Child
Hardin, RalphRalph HardinActorA boySchlingelberg
Horowitz, EthelEthel HorowitzActorA girl
Hughes, JeanJean HughesActorSolveig
James, Burton W.Burton W. JamesActorPeer Gynt
Lesh, CharlesCharles LeshActorMonsieur BallonHussein, The steward
Macdonald, AristelleAristelle MacdonaldActorIngrid
Margetts, MontyMonty MargettsActorWoman in green
Ottenheimer, Albert M.Albert M. OttenheimerActorBegriffenfeldtA buttonmoulder
Pritchard, NancyNancy PritchardActorMother Aase
Quinn, HowardHoward QuinnActorBridegroom
Rarig, RichardRichard RarigActorA boyMikkel
Rustad, JohnJohn RustadActorHerr TrumpeterstraaleAslak
Tate, EstherEsther TateActorBridegroom's Mother
Van de Kant, CorneliaCornelia Van de KantActorAnitra
Van Steenbergen, GerardGerard Van SteenbergenActorA FellahA boy
James, Florence BeanFlorence Bean JamesAssistant Director
Grieg, Edvard, HagerupEdvard Grieg (Edvard Hagerup Grieg)Composer
Mahaffy, Jr., Robert, E.Robert E. Mahaffy, Jr.Designer
James, Florence BeanFlorence Bean JamesDirector
Opsvig, VirginiaVirginia OpsvigMask Maker
Shaw, WalterWalter ShawMask Maker
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
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Production NationalityUnited States
Performance languageEnglish
Further InformationNew premiere production with premiere on February 6, 1931, with the same set design, costumes, music, and with many of the same actors. See separate item for the original production .
Event Identifier96233