Winnie-the-Pooh (1993) was a puppetry production by The Norwegian Touring Theatre, based on stories by A. A. Milne, in a theatrical adaption by Thorbjørn Egner. The production was performed on tour the autumn of 1993, with its tour opening October 24, at Røros.

Sigve Bøe directed it.

The same production went on tour the winter of 1994 and again the winter of 1995.


(Objekt ID 44488)
Object type Production
Premiere October 24, 1993
Produced by The Norwegian Touring Theatre (Riksteatret)
Based on Winnie the Pooh by Alan Alexander Milne
Audience Children
Audience size 34825
Number of events 132
Language Norwegian
Keywords Puppetry, Performance for children
Running period October 24, 1993  


Einar Dahl's private archive, donated by Einar Dahl, 01.12.2014

Contributors (17)
Name Role
Alan Alexander Milne – Author
Sigve Bøe – Adapted by
Thorbjørn Egner – Dramatised by
Tor Åge Bringsværd – Translation
Thorbjørn Egner – Translation
Sigve Bøe – Direction
Christian Hartmann – Music
Christian Egemar – Stage design
Christine Stoesen – Puppet designer
Jorunn Sofie Lullau – Puppeteer (Tussi / Kengu - alternerte med Sundstedt)
Kristin Oftedal – Puppeteer (Petter Sprett - alternerte med Sundstedt)
Christine Stoesen – Puppeteer (Kristoffer Robin / Ru / Ugla)
Anne Stray – Puppeteer (Nasse Nøff)
Bo Anders Sundstedt – Puppeteer (Tussi / Petter Sprett - alternerte med Kristin Oftedal og Jorunn Sofie Lullau)
Knut Wiulsrød – Puppeteer (Ole Brumm)
Sverre Johansen – Puppet maker
Per Christian Revholt – Musical Instructor
Teaterfigurer (1)
Performance dates
February 21, 1995Tysværtunet kulturhus New opening
March 5, 1994Kinosal, Ørsta Kulturhus New opening
October 24, 1993Riksteatret, The Norwegian Touring Theatre (Riksteatret) Opening night