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Velkommen til Sceneweb!
5 Dec. 2018

Her kan du søke i arkiver og materiale fra over 170 ulike givere. Siden drives av Danse- og teatersentrum som henter inn materialet i samarbeid med Nasjonalbiblioteket.

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From the archive

Fiddler on the Roof

Photo from The Arctic Theatre's production Fiddler on the Roof (2002)

Fiddler on the Roof (2002) was a musical theatre production by The Arctic Theatre in collaboration with Arctic Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (at the time still called Tromsø Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra). The production was based on the musical by Joseph Stein (book), Sheldon Harnick (lyrics) and Jerry Bock (music), based on stories by Sholem Aleichem.

Marit Moum Aune directed it.

Helge Jordal played the role of Tevye. He had performed the same role at The National Stage in 1998.

Maryon Eilertsen played the role of Golde.

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From the archive

Zsolt Harsányi

Tegning av Lubos Hruza til sceneløsning av Hary Janos, 1975, Nationaltheatret

Var en ungarsk forfatter, dramaturg, oversetter og teaterforfatter. Han skrev over hundre teaterstykker, korte fortellinger, romaner, musikalske komedier og historisk literatur. Zsolt von Harsanyi kommer fra en familie med lang tradisjon av forfattere.

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From the archive

Stellaris Dance Theatre

Photo from the collaboration production Mother Courage (1994)

Stellaris Dance Theatre is a professional performing arts enterprise based in Hammerfest. Within the independent performing arts the company is the second oldest dance company in Norway, and most likely the Northernmost in the world. The enterprise was established in 1980 under  the name of Hammerfest Ballettverksted (Hammerfest Ballet Workshop). The name was changed into Stellaris Danseteater in 1989 and Stellaris Dance Theatre (in Norwegian: Stellaris DansTeater) in 2003.

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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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