|Playbill from The Norwegian Theatre's production Kjærleik* (Love) (1940)||Download|
Kjærleik* (Love) (1940) was a theatre production by The Norwegian Theatre, based on a play by Kaj Munk. The production was performed in the theatre's facilities in Bøndenes Hus.
Knut Hergel directed it.
Harald Heide Steen played the role of the priest Einar Kargo.
The production was last performed April 8, 1940. April 9 the theatre shut due to the German invasion of Norway.
*Not yet translated into the English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.
Information(Objekt ID 78122)
|Premiere||March 14, 1940|
|Produced by||The Norwegian Theatre|
|Based on||Kjærleik* (Love) AKA Kjærlighet* (Love) by Kaj Munk|
|Number of events||29|
|Expressions||Theatre, Drama, 2nd World War|
|Running period||March 14, 1940 — April 8, 1940|
Repertoire at The Norwegian Theatre 1913-2014. Transferred to Sceneweb 08.09.2015.
The National Library of Norway, playbill transferred to Sceneweb 04.10.2017.
|Kaj Munk||– Playwright|
|Åsmund Sveen||– Translation|
|Knut Hergel||– Direction|
|Adolf Kristoffer Nielsen||– Musical Management|
|Arne Walentin||– Stage design|
|Tove Bryn Haaland||– Actor (Frk. Madsen)|
|Edvard Drabløs||– Actor (Bispen)|
|Helge Essmar||– Actor (Simon)|
|Dagny Gurvin||– Actor (Maren, kona til Sylvester)|
|Carl Habel||– Actor (Søren Skandborg)|
|Leonora Hergel||– Actor (Rebekka , Peders datter)|
|Alv Hjørnevik||– Actor (Sofus)|
|Tordis Maurstad||– Actor (Ingeborg, kona til Anton)|
|Pehr Qværnstrøm||– Actor (Andreas Sønderklitt)|
|Henny Skjønberg||– Actor (Hanne)|
|Eva Sletto||– Actor (Sofie)|
|Astrid Sommer||– Actor (Kona til Simon)|
|Alf Sommer||– Actor (Prosten)|
|Harald Heide Steen||– Actor (Einar Kargo, prest)|
|Sigurd Sveen||– Actor (Lars Skomakar)|
|Einar Tveito||– Actor (Sylvester Andreassen)|
|Lars Tvinde||– Actor (Peder Andersen)|
|Åsta Voss||– Actor (Kona til Sofus)|
|Øyvind Øyen||– Actor (Anton Thomsen)|