The Johanne Dybwad Tour

Organisation typeTheatre company
Main focusTheatre
Established1907 (closed 1907)

About The Johanne Dybwad Tour

The Johanne Dybwad Tour was a theatre tour, with a troupe consisting of actors who were all connected to The National Theatre in Oslo. The company was an ad hoc constellation formed for the sake of a tour in Norway, Denmark and Germany from September 1907 until December the same year. The touring schedule consisted of four productions of Ibsen plays: RosmersholmThe Master BuilderGhosts and A Doll's House.

Johanne Dybwad led the company.

The list of performers included Johanne Dybwad, August Oddvar, Harald Stormoen, Ludvig Bergh, Sophie Reimers, Thomas Thomassen, Alfhild Stormoen and Augusta Olsen.

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Rosmersholm, The Master Builder and Ghosts premiered at The Theatre in Trondhjem, after which The Johanne Dybwad Tour went on to visit Bergen (Norway), Germany and Denmark.

A Doll's House premiered at The National Stage in Bergen, Norway, after which it was part of the touring schedule in Germany and Denmark.

The tour's productions were not well received in Germany. At the time, German theatre was characterised by naturalism, and the view of most German critics and audience members was that the Norwegian productions lacked depth. However, The German director Max Reinhardt, who was part of the revival of theatricality trend, noticed the potential of Johanne Dybwad. In the time to follow, she came to find great inspiration in his work.


The National Library of Norway,, 22.05.2015,,  

Sceneweb,, 27.05.2016,