But Tomorrow (1936) was a theatre production by The National Stage, the world premiere of the play by Nordahl Grieg.
Hans Jacob Nilsen directed it.
The National Theatre also staged But Tomorrow during the same period of time, with its opening two days after The National Stage. You may read more about The National Theatre's production here.
"But Tomorrow picks up where Our Power and Our Glory ended, in the 1930es. It is a drama about the arms industry, following its own rules, stripping even the relatively humane business owner of power. It is also a drama about anxiety for the future."
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
The University of Bergen, uib.no, 07.03.2018, http://www.uib.no/lle/21540/men-i-morgen
|Nordahl Grieg||– Playwright|
|Hans Jacob Nilsen||– Direction|
|Per Schwab||– Stage design|
|Balthazar Bergh||– Actor (Genreraldirektøren)|
|Stein Grieg Halvorsen||– Actor (Generaldirektørens sønn)|
|Børseth Rasmussen||– Actor (Ung kommunist)|
|Esther Sommerschield||– Actor (Direktørfruen)|
|Ingeborg Steffens||– Actor (Den blinde datteren)|
|Hans Stormoen||– Actor|