Peer Gynt. Opera by Werner Egk

9000 Ibsen productions are registered in the Repertoire database.

Photos of Ibsen

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The manuscript of Hedda Gabler, act 4

See the first edition of Hedda Gabler, published by Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag in Copenhagen in 1890.

Drawing by Ragnvald Blix

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Peer Gynt, world première at Christiania Theater in 1876

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Gustav Lærum's Ibsen drawings

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On this day in ...

1885: Et dukkehjem was produced for the first time in England with the title A Doll’s House. The play was staged by an amateur group called The Scribblers Dramatic Society at The School of Dramatic Art in London. The previous year, an adaptation of the play with the title Breaking a Butterfly premiered at The Prince’s Theatre in London. In this version, however, which was written by Henry Arthur Jones and Henry Herman, all the characters had other names, and the action was also far from faithful towards Ibsen’s original.

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Announcing International Ibsen Scholarships 2014

Scholarship funds amounting to NOK 1,000,000,- (approx. 120.000 Euro/162.000 US Dollars) will be awarded to projects worldwide.

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Skien International Ibsen Conference 2013

Theatre between literature and research: What are the relations between documentary and fiction? Two guest performances, speakers and debates will address the issue during Skien International Ibsen Conference 2013 September 18th and 19th at Teater Ibsen in Skien, Norway.

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