Det norske Theater (Bergen)

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Coordinates: 60°23′35″N 5°19′12″E / 60.393°N 5.320°E / 60.393; 5.320

Not to be confused with Det Norske Teatret. ‹See Tfd›
The first staff by Ole Bull's The Norwegian Theater in Bergen, with Johannes Brun, Louise Brun, Andreas Isachsen, Fredrikke Nielsen, Lucy Wolf, Jacob Prom among others.

Det norske Theater is a former theatre in Bergen, Norway, and regarded as the first pure Norwegian stage theatre. It opened in 1850 by primus motor, violinist Ole Bull, and closed in 1863, after a bankruptcy.[1][2] The theatre's first production was Holberg's comedy Den Vægelsindede, and the opening was on 2 January 1850.[3] The theatre played at the old comedy house built in 1800.[4]

In 1876 the theatre Den Nationale Scene opened in the same building.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lyche, Lise (1991). "Ole Bulls norske teater i Bergen". Norges teaterhistorie (in Norwegian). Asker: Tell Forlag. pp. 69–79. 
  2. ^ Wiers-Jenssen, H.; Nordahl-Olsen, Joh. (1926). "Intermezzo". Den nationale scene. De første 25 aar (in Norwegian). Bergen: John Griegs Forlag. pp. 7–31. 
  3. ^ Almquist, Olaf (1898). "Den første nationale scene". Johannes Brun. En skildring af hans liv og hans samtidige (in Norwegian). Kristiania: Alb. Cammermeyers Forlag. pp. 11–31. 
  4. ^ Aarseth, Asbjørn (1969). "Det bergenske teater ved århundreskiftet. Teaterbygningen". Den nationale scene 1901-31 (in Norwegian). Oslo: Gyldendal. pp. 9–13. 
  5. ^ "Den nationale Scene". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. 2007. Retrieved 23 October 2009.