Sunday, 8 May 2016

Et Dukkehjem (A Doll’s House, 1879) Written by Henrik Ibsen, probably staged by Meyerhold at The Moscow Art Theater in 1922


Et Dukkehjem (A Doll’s House, published in 1879) Written by Norwegian Playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906), probably staged by Meyerhold at Moskovskii Khudozhestvennyi Akademicheskii Teatr (The Moscow Art Theater) in 1922

 


 


人形の家 (Et Dukkehjem 1879) イプセン(Henrik Ibsen 1828-1906) 著、秦豊吉訳

The Moscow Art Theater

“Eisenstein's work as a designer for Red Army travelling agit-theatre groups at the front during the civil war can be seen as a further consequence of this change of direction. After designing and directing productions at the Proletkult Theatre in 1920, he became a student at Meyerhold's Directors' Workshop in Moscow and, between 1921 and 1922, attended rehearsals and performances of Nora (Meyerhold's version of Ibsen's A Doll's House), Crommelynck's The Magnificent Cuckold and Sukhovo-Kobylin's Tarelkin's Death, acting as personal assistant to the director in the case of the last-mentioned production.”
 
“On the 20th of April 1922, having rehearsed with a scratch cast of actors for less than a week, Meyerhold mounted a production (his fifth version) of Ibsen's "Nora". (A Doll's House). The performance took place at the Actors' Theatre in Moscow…”

“Another playwright whom Nemirovich-Danchenko championed was Henrik Ibsen. In the 1890s, while he was the drama instructor at the Moscow Philharmonic School, Nemirovich-Danchenko had been the first director to successfully stage Ibsen's work in Russia when he produced A Doll’s House. Now, at the influential Moscow Art Theatre, he produced Ibsen's plays in succession: When We Dead Awaken in 1900, Pillars of Society in 1903, Brand in 1906, Rosmersholm in 1908, and Hedda Gabler.”

 

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