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Velkommen til Sceneweb!
12 Apr. 2019

Her kan du søke i arkiver og materiale fra over 170 ulike aktører, institusjoner, kompanier og enkeltpersoner i scenekunstfeltet. Siden drives av Danse- og teatersentrum som henter inn  og bevarer materialet i samarbeid med Nasjonalbiblioteket og givere.

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From the archive

The Spanish Fly

Fotografi fra Den Nationale Scenes produksjon Den spanske flue (1915)

The Spanish Fly (1915) was a theatre production by The National Stage, based on the farce by Franz Arnold and Ernst Bach. The production was performed at the theatre's main stage.

Ludvig Bergh directed it.

The production was revived in 1917 and 1918, 1922 and 1928.

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From the archive

Bente S. Andersen

Portrettfotografi av Bente S. Andersen

Bente S. Andersen er daglig leder og regissør ved Samovarteateret. Bente S. Andersen er utdannet skuespiller ved Skandinavisk Teaterskole i København. I tillegg til Samovarteateret har hun også vært tilknyttet Hålogaland amatørteaterselskap og Hålogaland Teater.  I 1996 var hun med på å startet Pikene på Broen i Kirkenes.

Kilde:

Samovarteateret, 24.10.2010, http://www.samovar.no/

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From the archive

Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting (NCNP)

The hall, called Hallen, at Dramatikkens hus

Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting (NCNP, established January 1 2010) is a national development and resource centre for new dramatic writing. NCNP puts the emphasis on pre-production and involves the utmost theatre professional competence to cultivate new drama of high quality. Theatre institutions and independent performing arts companies complete, produce and program the results of the development done by Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting. Thus NCNP wishes, in collaboration with the full theatre community to tailor collaboration models to increase the share of new Norwegian drama texts allowed to meet an audience. In other words, the development within NCNP takes place in dialogue with the field of theatre.

NCNP provides means and resources to professional artists as support in writing processes, artistic discussion partners/dramaturge assignations and access to stage venues; workshops and performances. Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting has its own group of dramaturges. They process applications as they are entered. As of now, the group of dramaturges consists of Ole Johan Skjelbred, Matilde Holdhus, Kristina Kjeldsberg, plus 15-20 other dramaturges working on a per project basis.

NCNP receives financial support from The Ministry of Culture and the municipality of Oslo.

The productions linked to through this page are productions that are co-produced by NCNP. If you want to see complete performance listings, please look at the entries of each venue.

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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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