Studioteatret

Organisation typeTheatre company
Main focusTheatre
EstablishedMay, 1945 (closed 1950)

About Studioteatret

Studioteatret (literally: The Studio Theatre) was an Oslo theatre opening in 1945, few months after the end of World War II. The theatre was no longer in use after 1951.

Studioteatret was started to provide Norwegian acting with new impulses and ideas, and the repertoire consisted of elder and newer drama. The writers included Shakespeare, Anton Chekhov, Bertolt Brecht, Eugene O'Neill, Maxwell Anderson, Thornton Wilder, Jean Paul Sartre and Arthur Miller.

When opening the autumn of 1945 the theatre was led by Claes Gills. Later managers were Gunnar Olram and Ole Oppen.

Shortly, Studioteatret worked from Søilen Teater, later in Carl Johan Teatret.

Source:

Wikipedia, no.wikipedia.org, 16.03.2012, http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Studioteatret

Store Norske Leksikon, 03.04.2012, http://snl.no/Studioteatret

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