Lettice and Lovage
Lettice and Lovage (1990) was a theatre production by The National Theatre, based on the comedy by Peter Shaffer. It was staged at the theatre's main stage.
Edith Roger directed it.
Kari Simonsen and Toril Gording Havrevold acted in the title roles.
The Hruza archive, donated by Margareta Hruza, 21.01.2016.
|Peter Shaffer||– Playwright|
|Svein Selvig||– Translation|
|Edith Roger||– Direction|
|Lubos Hruza||– Stage design|
|Helge Braanen||– Costume design|
|Per Johnsbråten||– Sound|
|Svein Meling||– Light|
|Torleif Parsli||– Light|
|Helmer Boberg||– Actor (Turist)|
|Liv Strømsted Dommersnes||– Actor (Miss Framer)|
|Tea Eskeland||– Actor (Turist)|
|Toril Gording Havrevold||– Actor (Miss Charlotte Schoen)|
|Diana Jandl||– Actor (Turist)|
|Truls Kwetzinsky||– Actor (En gretten man)|
|Lars Andreas Larssen||– Actor (Mr. Bardolph)|
|Eva Lindahl||– Actor (Turist)|
|Einar Lund||– Actor (Turist)|
|Roger Moe||– Actor (Turist)|
|Kari Simonsen||– Actor (Miss Lettice Douffet)|
|Solveig Wiberg||– Actor (Turist)|
|Per Christian Revholt||– Musician|
|Arnhild Vik||– Musician|
|Jolanda Jandl||– Mask design|
|Laila Kristo||– Props|
|Truls Kwetzinsky||– Stage manager|
|Lars Helvik||– Stage Manager|
|Trond Bøthun Nilsen||– Prompter|