Penelope (1930) was a theatre production by The National Theatre, based on the play by William Somerset Maugham. The production was perforrmed at the theatre's main stage.
Johan Peter Bull directed it.
Danish actress Bodil Ipsen visited The National Theatre in the role of Penelope.
Information(Objekt ID 91802)
|Premiere||June 17, 1930|
|Produced by||The National Theatre|
|Based on||Penelope by William Somerset Maugham|
|Number of events||8|
|Language||Norwegian and Danish|
|Expressions||Light comedy/slapstick, Theatre|
|Running period||June 17, 1930|
Requirements to venue
The National Theatre, www.nationaltheatret.no, 24.10.19, https://forest.nationaltheatret.no/Productions/Details/c427a1b5-0ca2-4d86-99c9-4a50ddf13996
Anton Rønneberg: Nationaltheatret gjennom femti år (literally: The National Theatre through 50 years). Gyldendal 1949.
|William Somerset Maugham||– Playwright|
|Johan Peter Bull||– Direction|
|Thorleif Holmen||– Stage design|
|Aagot Børseth||– Actor (Peyton, "pike" hos O´Farrel)|
|Gerd Egede Nissen Grieg||– Actor (Mrs. Fergusson)|
|Agnethe Schibsted Hansson||– Actor (Mrs. Golightly)|
|Bodil Ipsen||– Actor (Penelope)|
|David Knudsen||– Actor (Davenport Barlow)|
|Tryggve Larssen||– Actor (Mr. Beardsworth)|
|Harald Schwenzen||– Actor (Dr. O´Farrel)|
|Hauk Aabel||– Actor (Professor Golightly)|