Fellow Man (1967) was a theatre production by The Norwegian Theatre, based on the novel by Olav Duun, in a theatrical adaption by Olav Duun and Knut Hergel. The production was performed at The Norwegian Theatre's main stage in Stortingsgaten.
Finn Kvalem directed it.
Lise Fjeldstad played the role of Ragnhild.
Øyvind Øyen played the role of Didrik.
Dagmar Myhrvold played the role of Tale, as she had done in 1937, 1942, 1952 and 1963. The production marked her 50th anniversary as an actress. She had celebrated her 25th anniversary with the same role.
Repertoire at The Norwegian Theatre 1913-2014. Transferred to Sceneweb 08.09.2015.
Det Norske Teatret 75 år (literally. The Norwegian Theatre 75 years). Oslo 1988.
|Olav Duun||– Author|
|Olav Duun||– Dramatised by|
|Knut Hergel||– Dramatised by|
|Finn Kvalem||– Direction|
|Gunnar Alme||– Stage design|
|Gunnar Alme||– Costume design|
|Lise Fjeldstad||– Actor (Ragnhild)|
|Odd Furøy||– Actor (Håkon)|
|Dagmar Myhrvold||– Actor (Tale)|
|Aud Schønemann||– Actor (Lea)|
|Astrid Sommer||– Actor (Kvitugla)|
|Kåre Wicklund||– Actor (Morten)|
|Øyvind Øyen||– Actor (Didrik)|