The Wild Duck

The Wild Duck was a theatre production staged by The National Theatre in 1918, based on the play by Henrik Ibsen.

Gunnar Heiberg directed it.

Ingolf Schanche acted in the role of Gregers Werle.

David Knudsen acted in the role of Hjalmar Ekdal.

Gerda Ring acted in the role of Hedvig Ekdal.

Information

(Objekt ID 16437)
Object type Production
Premiere October 10, 1918
Produced by The National Theatre
Based on The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen
Audience Adults
Language Norwegian
Expressions Drama, Theatre
Running period October 10, 1918  
Website Nationaltheatret

Requirements to venue

Blackout No
Contributors (19)
Name Role
Henrik Ibsen – Playwright
Gunnar Heiberg – Direction
Oliver Neerland – Stage design
Sigurd Asmundsen – Actor (En nærsynt herre)
Halfdan Christensen – Actor (Relling)
Egil Eide – Actor (Grosserer Werle)
Agnethe Schibsted Hansson – Actor (Gina Ekdal)
Halvard Hoff – Actor (En tynnhåret herre)
Jens Holstad – Actor (Molvik)
Olaf Holth – Actor (Leietjener Jensen)
David Knudsen – Actor (Hjalmar Ekdal)
Sigurd Magnussøn – Actor (Bokholder Graaberg)
Aksel Opsann – Actor (Pettersen)
Gerda Ring – Actor (Hedvig)
Ingolf Schanche – Actor (Gregers Werle)
Johanne Voss – Actor (Fru Sørby)
August Wehmer – Actor (En blekfet herre)
Ragna Wettergreen – Actor (Gina Ekdal)
Hauk Aabel – Actor (Gamle Ekdal)
Performance dates
October 10, 1918Hovedscenen – Opening night