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Welcome to the Sceneweb archive!
22 Oct. 2019

You can search in the archive by it's main categories: Organisations, Productions, People, Venues and Awards. Or you can search in everything in the main search field at the top. 

in our digital archive we have more than 12 000 multimedia files accessible: photographies, programmes, posters, drawings of costumedesign and scenography and much more. 

WE ARE CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE SEARCH ENGINE, AND IN 2020 WE WILL PRESENT THE ARCHIVE IN A NEW AND BETTER DESIGN.

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The Sceneweb archive is owned and run by Performing Arts Hub Norway. 

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From the archive

Toralv Maurstad

Fotografi av Tordis og Toralv Maurstad

Toralv Maurstad (born November 24 1926, Bærum) is a Norwegian actor, director and former artistic director, son of the actors Tordis (1901-97, née Witzøe) and Alfred Maurstad (1896-1967). He was educated at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London (1947-49).

He was an employee of Det Nye Teater (literally: The New Theatre) in 1951–54, and of The National Theatre 1954–67. Maurstad was artistic director of Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre) 1967–78 and for The National Theatre 1978–86.

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From the archive

Teater Grimsborken

Plakat for Teater Innlandets produksjon Et juleeventyr (2016)

The theatre company Teater Grimsborken was established in 1998 under management of Peder Opstad. The company combines text with a physical expression, offering productions of their own to children, youth and adults. The productions are mobile, technically simple and can be performed wherever the audience is.

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Sceneweb is a Norwegian performing arts database with registers of some of what is now performing and an historical archive. In the future we wish to offer an archive of the field within Norwegian performing arts, from both institutions and independent companies. The aim of Sceneweb is to document and convey Norwegian cultural heritage, past and present, and to increase the knowledge to Norwegian performing arts.
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