Hålogaland Teater
Hålogaland Teater is a regional theatre serving the region of Nord-Norge, the northernmost of Norway. When established in 1971, it was the first regional theatre in Norway, and the first professional ...
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Balkongen
Balkongen was an avant-garde theatre in Oslo established in 1927 and disestablished in 1928. Founder and artistical director was Agnes Mowinckel.
Nordland Teater
Nordland Teater is a Norwegian theatre based in Mo i Rana. It was established in 1977 by Norwegian Parliament as the regional theatre for Nordland. Birgitte Strid has been theatre director since 2013....
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Centralteatret
Centralteatret is a theatre in Akersgata, Oslo, Norway.Centralteatret was established by the Alma Isabella Bosse Fahlstrøm (1863-1946) and Johan Peter Broust Fahlstrøm (1867-1938) in 1897. From 1902,...
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BIT Teatergarasjen
BIT Teatergarasjen (BIT) is a producer and co-producer of international contemporary theatre and dance in Norway. It emphasises projects that stimulate international co-production and co-operations be...
Trøndelag Teater
Trøndelag Teater is a large theater in the city of Trondheim, in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway.Trøndelag Teater stages large-scale dance and musical performances.
Originally built in 1816, the t...
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Edderkoppen Theatre
The Edderkoppen Theatre (meaning Spider Theatre) is a theatre located at St. Olav's place in Oslo, Norway.From 1967 to 2003 it was called the ABC theatre. The theatre is known for varied entertainment...
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Det norske Theater (Bergen)
5°19′12″E / 60.393°N 5.320°E / 60.393; 5.320Det norske Theater is a former theatre in Bergen, Norway, and regarded as the first pure Norwegian stage theatre. It opened in 1850...
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National Theatre (Oslo)
The National Theatre in Oslo (Norwegian: Nationaltheatret) is one of Norway's largest and most prominent venues for performance of dramatic arts.The theatre had its first performance on 1 Septembe...
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List of theatres in Norway
List of theaters in Norway presents the list of professional and semi-professional theaters on the territory of Norway.
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Radioteatret
Radioteatret is a department of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation which produces audio plays for radio broadcasting. It was established in 1927.
Its first theatre director was Gunnar Neels-Ha...
Rogaland Teater
Rogaland Teater is a theatre in Stavanger, Norway.
The theatre building was built in 1883, on a parcel of Kannik prestegård. It was designed by architect Hartvig Sverdrup Eckhoff, and had initiall...
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Kilden Performing Arts Centre
7°59′49.73″E / 58.1391139°N 7.9971472°E / 58.1391139; 7.9971472Kilden Performing Arts Centre is a theater and concert hall on Odderøya in Kristiansand, Norway. It houses Agde...
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Trondhjems nationale Scene
Trondhjems nationale Scene was a theatre that opened in Trondhjem in 1911, and closed in 1927. The theatre's first artistical director was Thora Hansson, from 1911 to 1913. The opening performance was...
Oslo Nye Teater
Oslo Nye Teater in Oslo is one of Norway's most visited theatres.The theatre opened in 1959 as a merge between Det Nye Teater and Folketeatret, and consists of four stages; Oslo Nye Hovedscenen, Oslo ...
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Det Norske Teatret
Det Norske Teatret is a theatre in Oslo. The theatre was founded in 1912, after an initiative from Hulda Garborg and Edvard Drabløs. It opened in 1913, touring with two plays, Ervingen by Ivar Aasen a...
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Transiteatret-Bergen
Transiteatret-Bergen is a theatre ensemble based in Bergen, Norway.Transiteatret-Bergen works under the artistic direction of Tore Vagn Lid with the development of a contemporary theatre working in th...
Fjernsynsteatret
Fjernsynsteatret was a department of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) which produced plays for television broadcasting. It opened in 1960 (after about a year of experimental operation), an...
Studioteatret
Studioteatret is a former Norwegian theatre. It opened in 1945, shortly after the liberation, with Claes Gill as its first theatre director. Studioteatret is regarded as one of the earliest post-war a...
Agder Teater
7°59′42.95″E / 58.1428639°N 7.9952639°E / 58.1428639; 7.9952639Agder Teater is a Norwegian theatre based in Kristiansand. It was established in 1991, and has been the regional...
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Arendal Town hall
Arendal Town hall (Norwegian: Arendal rådhus og kulturhus) is located in the middle of downtown Arendal, Norway. The building's two theater halls have been given names from the two lighthouses ou...
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Sekondteatret
Sekondteatret was a theatre and theatre academy established in Kristiana in 1899 by Ludovica Levy and her husband Dore Lavik. Its opening performance was an adaptation of Schiller's play Mary Stuart o...