Storken* (The Stork)
Storken* (The Stork) (1929) was a theatre production by The National Stage, based on a play by Thit Jensen. It was performed at the theatre's main stage.
Thomas Thomassen directed it.
Ella Lie played the leading role, of Bodil Kragh.
Storken is about provoked abortion.
*Not yet translated into the English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.
Asbjørn Aarseth: Den Nationale Scene 1901-1931 (literally: The National Stage 1901-1931), Gyldendal Norsk Forlag 1969
The National Stage's repertoire database, donated by The National Stage/TheTheatre Archive at the University of Bergen, 24.06.2016
|Thit Jensen||– Playwright|
|Thomas Thomassen||– Direction|
|Rahe Raheny||– Stage design|
|Norma Balean||– Actor (Anne Sofie)|
|Johan Barclay-Nitter||– Actor (En rettsskriver)|
|Kolbjørn Buøen||– Actor (Hannes Berg)|
|Frithjof Fearnley||– Actor (Kaare Hammerik)|
|Doris Johannessen||– Actor (Anina Bagge)|
|Bjarne Koht||– Actor (En rettsbetjent)|
|Ella Lie||– Actor (Bodil Kragh)|
|Sverre Næss||– Actor (Overretssakfører Holk)|
|Per Schrøder Nielsen||– Actor (Henning)|
|Torborg Schønberg||– Actor (Fru Emilie Holk)|
|Ragnhild Sivertsen||– Actor (Oda Christensen, tjenestepike hos Holk)|
|Thomas Thomassen||– Actor (Professor Eigil Thomsen)|
|Alf Zetterholm||– Actor (Rettsformannen)|