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Velkommen til Sceneweb!
5 Dec. 2018

Her kan du søke i arkiver og materiale fra over 170 ulike givere. Siden drives av Danse- og teatersentrum som henter inn materialet i samarbeid med Nasjonalbiblioteket.

Du kan søke i innhold i hovedkategoriene over: Organisasjoner, Personer, Produksjoner, Spillesteder og Utmerkelser.

I vårt digitale arkiv har vi i tillegg nærmere 11500 multimediafiler tilgjengelig: Fotografier, programmer, plakater, kostymetegninger og mye mer.

Vi er i en prosess for å gjøre multimediafilene mer tilgjengelig i direkte søk, og håper å kunne presentere en ny nettside i løpet av høsten 2019. Du kan også følge oss på instagram og facebook.

Vi håper du finner det du leter etter  - hvis ikke, ta kontakt gjerne kontakt med oss på redaksjon(at) sceneweb.no !

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From the archive

Fugleskremsel

Fotografi fra Musidra Teaters produksjon "Fugleskremsel" (1972)

Fugleskremsel (1972) var en teaterproduksjon av Musidra Teater.

Regissører var Helge Reistad og Eyvind Solås.

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From the archive

Per Aabel

Photo from The National Theatre's production of Home (1971)

Per Pavels Aabel (1902-1999) was a Norwegian actor, drawing artist, choreographer and instructor. He was the son of the actors Hauk Aabel and Svanhild Johannessen, and the brother of actor, writer and translator Andreas Aabel.

Per Aabel was educated in drawing at institutions including École des Beaux Arts in Paris, two years at a Russian ballet school in London, plus studies and work experience from Max Reinhardt in Vienna and Prague.

He headed Carl Johan Teatret 1933-38, was an employee at Centralteatret 1938-40, worked for The National Theatre 1940-72, and was later organised as a freelancer.

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From the archive

Hege Haagenrud

Fotografi fra produksjonen Så tag nu mina händer (2007)

Hege Haagenrud is the sole proprietorship of choreographer Hege Haagenrud. Haagenrud's works are often directed towards children and youth. She works in the intersection between dance and theatre, with extensive use of video and text.

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Sceneweb is a Norwegian performing arts database with registers of some of what is now performing and an historical archive. In the future we wish to offer an archive of the field within Norwegian performing arts, from both institutions and independent companies. The aim of Sceneweb is to document and convey Norwegian cultural heritage, past and present, and to increase the knowledge to Norwegian performing arts.

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