The Wild Duck
|Produced by||The Howard Players|
|Based on||The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen|
About The Wild Duck
The Wild Duck (1948) was a theatre production by The Howard Players, based on the play by Henrik Ibsen. The production was performed as a visiting performance at The National Stage's main stage, at Rogaland Theatre and at Det Nye Teater, Oslo in 1949.
Anne M. Cooke directed it.
Robert Brown acted in the role of Gregers Werle.
Charles White acted in the role of Hjalmar Ekdal.
Marilyn Berry acted in the role of Hedvig Ekdal.Read more
- Henrik Ibsen - Playwright
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