Lars Larsen from Lindås
Lars Larsen from Lindås (1939) was a theatre production by Komediateatret. Lars Larsen from Lindås was the Norwegian premiere of a popular light comedy, translated from the Swedish play Lars Larson från Stortorpet by Bertil Brunnkvist. The production was performed as a summer theatre production at Komediateatret in Bergen.
The director was Lars Nygard.
The action takes place in the yard at Lars Larsen’s farm.
Act I: a Sunday morning in spring; act II: one Sunday at haymaking time the same year; act III: Monday, the day after act II. In our time (1939).
The Theatre Archive at the University of Bergen, 03.06.2020
|Bertil Brunnkvist||– Author|
|Lars Nygard||– Adapted by|
|Lars Nygard||– Staging|
|Claus Lavik||– Decorations|
|Borghild Foss||– Actor (Hanna, Lars' kone)|
|Dan Fosse||– Actor (Per Bakken, nabo)|
|Lars Gåsdal||– Actor (Lars Larsen)|
|Alv Hordnes||– Actor (Nicolai, dreng)|
|Oddvar Lindtner||– Actor (Corneliussen, landpostbud)|
|Oddvar Lindtner||– Actor (Ludvigsen)|
|Elida Moen||– Actor (Frida, jente)|
|June 20, 1939||– National premiere, Norway|