There's a Girl in My Soup
There's a Girl in My Soup (1970) was a theatre production by Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), based on the play by Terence Frisby. It was performed at the theatre's main stage.
Jon Lennart Mjøen directed it.
The production also went on tour, with its tour premiere in Koppervik January 14 1970.
Information(Objekt ID 23185)
|Premiere||February 3, 1970|
|Produced by||Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)|
|In collaboration with||The Norwegian Touring Theatre (Riksteatret)|
|Based on||There's a Girl in My Soup by Terence Frisby|
|Running period||January 14, 1970|
|Terence Frisby||– Playwright|
|Jon Lennart Mjøen||– Translation|
|Jon Lennart Mjøen||– Direction|
|Christian Egemar||– Stage design|
|William Jensen||– Costume design|
|Kjersti Døvigen||– Actor (Marion, 19)|
|Alf Hallgren||– Actor (John)|
|Jorunn Kjellsby||– Actor (Paola)|
|Peter Lindbæk||– Actor (Jimmy)|
|Georg Richter||– Actor (Robert Danvers, 43)|
|Anne-Lise Tangstad||– Actor (Clare)|
|Carsten Winger||– Actor (Andrew Hunter)|
|Odd Andersen||– Stage manager|
|Dagny Blyberg||– Prompter|