Haugesund Theatre is a Norwegian regional theatre, based in Haugesund, with activity all over the northern part of the county of Rogaland.
Haugesund Theatre was established in 1986 and was the first publically funded professional project theatre.
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|Also known as||Haugesund Teater|
|Organization type||District institution|
|Address||Smedasundet 98, Haugesund, Norway|
|Legal entity||Limited liability company/AS or ASA|
Haugesund Theatre mainly presents its own productions, but also hosts some visiting performances.
Haugesund Theatre rents permanent offices, rehearsal facilities and performance facilities in the culture building called Festiviteten in Haugesund, but the theatre also produces and tours a larger area.
Haugesund Theatre is supported by the Norwegian government, the county of Rogaland and the municipality of Haugesund.
Birgit Amalie Nilssen has led Haugesund Theatre from 2005. Before her, Sverre Waage led the theatre from 2001 to 2004.
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|Morten Joachim||– Theatre director (fra January 1, 2019)|
|Erik Schøyen||– Theatre director (fra August 1, 2014 til December 31, 2018)|
|Birgit Amalie Nilssen||– Theatre director (fra 2005 til December 31, 2014)|
|Sverre Waage||– Theatre director (fra 2000 til 2004)|
|Maryon Eilertsen||– Theatre director (fra 1993 til 1995)|
|Brit Lossius||– Theatre director (fra 1986 til 1993)|