In the theatre production Troll  by Temte Productions two actors jest their way through fairytales and songs illustrated by Theodor Kittelsen, including Smørbukk (a traditional Norwegian fairytale character known from several fairytales, his name literally means the Butter Buck), Huldra (literally: The Hulder) and Kråkevisa (literally: The Crow Song).


(Objekt ID 8471)
Object type Production
Premiere 2006
Produced by Temte Productions
Audience Children, Families (from 4)
Language Norwegian
Expressions Theatre, Performance for children , Performance for the Family, Fairytale
Running period 2006  
Website Temte Productions

The production Troll by Temte Productions presents a handful of folk fairytales staged in a lively and playful way, inviting to a meeting between the audience, fairytales by Asbjørnsen & Moe, Theodor Kittelsen and the theatre as an expression.

The traditional fairytales and the illustrations by Th. Kittelsen represent an important part of the Norwegian cultural heritage, which the theatre wishes to bring on.

Source: Temte Productions,

Name Role
Rune Temte – Script
Per Skjølsvik – Direction
Thea Glimsdal Temte – Costume
Ina Bye–Hansen – Actor
Henrik Høie – Actor (Gutten)
Jon Mihle – Puppet maker
Performance dates
2006 – Opening night