The League of Youth

Premiére date17 Oct. 1869
Produced byChristiania Theatre
Based onThe League of Youth by Henrik Ibsen
AudienceAdults
Number of events122
LanguageNorwegian
ExpressionsTheatre, Drama
Running period18 Oct. 1869  —  13 Jun. 1899
WebsiteNASJONALBIBLIOTEKET

About The League of Youth

The League of Youth (1869) was a theatre production by Christiania Theatre, the world premiere of the play by Henrik Ibsen. The production was revived 23 times over the next 30 years. The League of Youth became the most performed play in the repertoire of Christiania Theatre.

Michael Brun directed it. The last performance of his version was performed June 13 1899. At the time, the production had been performed 122 times in all.

At the time of the premiere, the role of Stensgård was played by Arnoldus Reimers. He interpreted the role up to 1895. Ludvig Bergh took it over in 1896.

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    PERIODS OF PERFORMANCES:

    18.10.1869 - 30.4.1870 (15 performances)
    27.9.1871 - 24.3.1872 (8 performances)
    14.2. - 14.5.1874 (4 performances)
    10.9.1874 - 28.6.1875 (6 performances)
    2.9.1875 - 30.6.1876 (5 performances)
    20.9. - 8.10.1876 (3 performances)
    15. og 24.10.1877 (2 performances) 
    20. - 28.5.1879 (4 performances)
    18.8.1879 - 30.4.1880 (11 performances)
    18.10.1880 - 4.3.1881 (3 performances)
    16.12.1881 - 16.6.1882 (6 performances)
    5.10.1882 - 16.3.1883 (3 performances)
    15. og 20.8.1883 (2 performances)
    9.9.1884 - 4.6.1886 (5 performances)
    12.10.1886 - 9.6.1887 (4 performances)
    5.9.1887 (1 performance)
    13.9. - 4.10.1888 (3 performances) 
    26.8.1889 - 12.4.1890 (10 performances)
    1.12.1890 - 2.6.1891 (3 performances)
    3. og 14.9.1891 (2 performances)
    6.1. - 16.3.1895 (9 performances)
    16.12.1896 - 18.1.1897 (7 performances)
    2.12.1898 - 13.6.1899 (6 performances)

    At the website of The National Library of Norway, there are reviews of the production.For an overview, clich here.

    SOURCE:

    The National Library of Norway, ibsen.nb.no, 05.11.2014, http://ibsen.nb.no/id/1864.0