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By HENRIK Ibsen
A Studio version presented by EDWARD P. GENN WILLIAM ARMSTRONG. IRENE ROOKE , and THE LIVERPOOL RADIO PLAYERS
Characters (in the order of their appearance before the microphone) :
Note: The translation is by R. Farquarson
Sharp
The following scenes will be used in the Stuctio
Version, prepared by EDWARD P. GENN
ACT I
Scene 1. The Wooded Mountain side near Aase's
Farm
Scene 2. A High Road
Scene 3. The Courtyard of the Farm at
Haegstad
ACT II.
Scene 1. A Narrow Track high on the Mountain side
Scene 2. By the Mountain Lake Scene 4. Among the Mountains Scene 5. A Mountain Side
Scene 6. In the Hall of the Mountain King Scene 7. In the Mountains
Scene 8. On the Hillside, outside a hut on Aase's Mountain Pasture
ACT III.
Scene 2. A Room in Aase's House
Scene 3. Outside a Newly-built Hut in the Forest Scene 4. Aase's House
ACT IV.
Scene 10. Outside a Hut in the Forest in the Far North of Norway
ACT V.
Scene 7. A Moor
Scene 9. The Cross Roads
Scene 11. The Cross Roads
The Incidental Music arranged from the works of Grieg by the Producer, and played by the STATION ORCHESTRA, conducted by FREDERICK BROWN
IBSEN'S great lyric drama is seldom seen in England, but it was performed at the Old
Vie-the famous London home of the sort of drama that might never come to London at all if it had to depend solely on the theatrical magnates of the West-end-in March, 1922. On that occasion Mr. Robert Atkins was the producer, and Mr. Russell Thorndike played the title role.
Vocalist : Doris CAMBELL (Soprano)
Introduction and Stage Directions read by HARVEY J. DUNKERLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Henrik Ibsen
Presented By:
Edward P. Genn
Presented By:
William Armstrong.
Presented By:
Irene Rooke
Unknown:
R. Farquarson
Unknown:
Edward P. Genn
Conducted By:
Frederick Brown
Unknown:
Mr. Robert Atkins
Unknown:
Mr. Russell Thorndike
Soprano:
Doris Cambell
Read By:
Harvey J. Dunkerley

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