Gert the Westphaler

Gert the Westphaler was a theatre production staged by The National Theatre in 1899, based on the play by Ludvig Holberg.

Olaf Mørch Hansson directed it.

As part of a Holberg program with The Lyng-In Room, Gert the Westphaler was one of The National Theatre's three opening performances, and the one that was performed the very first night the theatre was open, September 1 1899.

Information

(Objekt ID 15686)
Object type Production
Premiere September 1, 1899
Produced by The National Theatre
Based on Gert the Westphaler by Ludvig Holberg
Audience Adults
Language Norwegian
Expressions Comedy, One-act Play, Theatre
Running period September 1, 1899  
Website Nationaltheatret

Requirements to venue

Blackout No
Contributors (15)
Name Role
Ludvig Holberg – Playwright
Olaf Mørch Hansson – Direction
Jens Wang – Stage design
Sigurd Asmundsen – Actor (En notarius)
Jean Berg – Actor (Jesper, apotekerens dreg)
Theodor Blich – Actor (Gottard, Gilberts broder)
Alma Fahlstrøm – Actor (Pernille)
Johan Fahlstrøm – Actor (Tobias Procurator)
Johan Løvaas – Actor (En apoteker-svend)
Ludvig Müller – Actor (Leonard, destillerer)
Sophie Reimers – Actor (Gunild, Gerts moder)
Berent Schanche – Actor (Mester Gert Westphaler)
Jens Selmer – Actor (Gilbert, apoteker)
Johanne Voss – Actor (Leonora)
Olav Voss – Actor (Henrich)
Performance dates
September 1, 1899Hovedscenen – Opening night