Marie Walewska (1932) was a theatre production by The National Stage, based on a play by Johan Bojer. The production was performed at the theatre's main stage.
Christian Sandal directed it.
Kirsten Heiberg played the title role.
The National Stage's repertoire database, donated by The National Stage/TheTheatre Archive at the University of Bergen. Imported to the Sceneweb database 24.06.2016
|Johan Bojer||– Playwright|
|Christian Sandal||– Direction|
|Rahe Raheny||– Stage design|
|Norma Balean||– Actor (Anitka)|
|Kolbjørn Buøen||– Actor (Fyrst Poniatowski)|
|Rolf Christensen||– Actor (Erkebispen)|
|Sverre Dahl (skues.)||– Actor (Grev Walewski)|
|Frithjof Fearnley||– Actor (Roustan)|
|Henry Gleditsch||– Actor (Kaptein Laczinski)|
|Kirsten Heiberg||– Actor (Marie)|
|Victor Ivarson||– Actor (Kaptein Marbot)|
|Bjarne Koht||– Actor (Grev Malakowski)|
|Leif Larsen||– Actor (Josef)|
|Sverre Næss||– Actor (Stormarskalk Duroc)|
|Per Schrøder Nielsen||– Actor (Oberst Canouville)|
|Torborg Schønberg||– Actor (Fyrstinne Jabonowska)|
|Alf Zetterholm||– Actor (Grev Wibecke)|
|Øyvind Øyen||– Actor (Napoleon)|