The Cousin from Nowhere
The Cousin from Nowhere (1950) was an operetta production by Rogaland Theatre, based on an operetta by Eduard Künneke (music), Herman Haller (libretto) and Rideamus, a pseudonym for Fritz Oliven (libretto), Der Vetter aus Dingsda. It was loosely based on a comedy by Max Kempner-Hochstädt. The production was performed at the theatre's main stage.
Barthold Halle directed it.
Mail from Rogaland Theatre May 15, 2018.
|Hermann Haller||– Playwright|
|Fritz Oliven||– Playwright|
|Barthold Halle||– Direction|
|Karsten Andersen||– Musical Management|
|Eduard Künneke||– Composer|
|Barthold Halle||– Stage design|
|Børge Gabrielsen||– Actor (Den fremmede, fetteren fra Batavia)|
|Barthold Halle||– Actor (Den annen fremmede)|
|Elna Hallenberg-Næss||– Actor (Hanna, Julias vennnne)|
|Thor Inge Kristiansen||– Actor (Josef Koblom)|
|Gudmund Mauland||– Actor (Max Bollinger)|
|Odd Remen||– Actor (1ste tjener)|
|Edith Thallaug||– Actor (Julia de Weert)|
|Magnus Tveit||– Actor (2nen tjener)|
|Inger Worren||– Actor (Milla, Kobloms frue)|
|Nora Borge||– Musical Instructor|