Lady Inger

Lady Inger (1855) was a theatre production by Det Norske Theater in Bergen. The production was the world premiere of the play by Henrik Ibsen

Hermann Laading and Henrik Ibsen instructed the production, the former with a particular responsibility for the actors, the latter with a particular responsibilty for the stage solutions.

The role of Lady Inger was interpreted by Louise Brun in 1855, and by Christine Siewers at the revival in 1861.

Information

(Objekt ID 44237)
Object type Production
Premiere January 2, 1855
Produced by Det Norske Theater
Based on Lady Inger by Henrik Ibsen
Audience Adults
Number of events 2
Language Norwegian
Expressions Drama, Theatre
Running period January 2, 1855  —  January 7, 1855
Website Nasjonalbiblioteket
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SOURCE:

Nasjonalbiblioteket, ibsen.nb.no, 17.11.2014, http://ibsen.nb.no/id/1443

Contributors (13)
Name Role
Henrik Ibsen – Playwright
Henrik Ibsen – Direction (Scenekinstruktør)
Herman Laading – Instruction (Rolleinstruktør)
Bernt Andreas Bottelsen – Actor (Bjørn )
Louise Brun – Actor (Fru Inger)
Johannes Brun – Actor (Olaf Skaktavl )
Birgitte Guldbrandsen – Actor (Eline )
Carl Andreas Hansen – Actor (Jens Bjelke)
Hans Høyer – Actor (En svensk soldat)
Andreas Isachsen – Actor (Nils Stenssøn )
N. Johansen – Actor (Gårdsfogden Ejnar Huk )
Harald Nielsen – Actor (Hustjeneren Finn)
Jakob Prom – Actor (Nils Lykke)
Performance dates
January 6, 1855Det Gamle Teater/Komediehuset – Show
January 2, 1855 17.00 – Det Gamle Teater/Komediehuset – Worldwide premiere