Nordland Theatre

Also known asNordland Teater
Organisation typeDistrict institution
Main focusTheatre
Established1 Aug. 1979
WebsiteNordland Teater

About Nordland Theatre

Nordland Theatre was established in August 1979. From then until 1986 the theatre was ruled by communal meeting as a sub-department to The Norwegian Touring Theatre (Riksteatret) and an interim board. In 1981 Nordland Theatre became a limited liability company owned by the county of Nordland and the municipality of Rana.

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Nordland Theatre is a touring theatre which headquarter is located in Mo i Rana. The theatre was established in August 1979, and the first production, The Broken Jug by Heinrich von Kleist, opened January 11 1980.

The theatre's new venue was inaugurated October 15 2005. The Nordland Theatre venue has three stages or halls: Hovedscenen (the main stage), Blackbox and Teaterkaféen (the theatre café). On average Nordland Theatre performs 250 performances a year. In 2010 the theatre had 22 employees, and among them, seven full-time positions were reserved for actors.

Nordland Theatre presents an annual average of 6 to 8 productions, in addition to arranging the youth program UNGENordland and the festival Vinterlys (literally: Winter Lights).


Nordland Theatre, 11.10.2010