Jan Herwitz

Jan Herwitz (1933) was a theatre production by The National Stage, based on a comedy by Hans Wiers-Jenssen. The opening performance was that year's May 17 gala, and the production continued its run in September.

Karl Bergmann directed it.

Leif Larsen played the title role.

Karl Bergmann played the role of Bøschen. November 10, 1935, he celebrated his 35th anniversary as an actor with the role.

Jan Herwitz was revived in 1937, when four performances were given, for schools and as a May 17 gala.

Jan Herwitz was revived again in 1940, performed in Ole Bull Teatret, as The National Stage's auditorium and vestibule had been harmed in an air attack. During this season, twelve performances were given. Five were performed in 1941.

In 1940, Hans Stormoen played the title role.

Karl Bergmann celebrated his 40th anniversary as an actor March 8, 1941, with the role of Bøschen.

Information

(Objekt ID 62441)
Object type Production
Premiere May 17, 1933
Produced by The National Stage
Based on Jan Herwitz by Hans Wiers-Jenssen
Audience Adults
Number of events 29
Language Norwegian
Expressions Light comedy/slapstick, Theatre
Running period May 17, 1933  
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SOURCES:

The National Stage's repertoire database, donated by The National Stage/TheTheatre Archive at the University of Bergen, 24.06.2016

Knut Nygaard and Eiliv Eide, Den Nationale Scene 1931-1976 (literally: The National Stage 1931-1976), Gyldendal Norsk Forlag 1977

Performance dates
March 8, 1941Ole Bull Teatret – Show
April 23, 1937Store Scene, The National Stage – New opening
Navember 10, 1935Store Scene, The National Stage – Show
May 17, 1933Store Scene, The National Stage – Opening night