Gastroli Finskogo teatra v Peterburge vo vtoroi polovine XIX v. --

Translated title of the contribution: Visiting performances of the Finnish Theatre in St Petersburg.: --

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Abstract

The Finnish Theatre toured Eastern Finland, Vyborg and St Petersburg regularly from 1893 until the end of century, mainly because the Finnish-speaking audinece in Helsinki was small, and there was a big Finnish colony in the Russian capital. There troupe performed in various venues in Finnish plays by Kivi, Canth, Numers, and also classics, Shakespeare and Schiller, as well as modern plays. In the drama of Ibsen, particularly, Ida Aalberg was enthusiastically received by the Russian and German press in St Petersburg. At the same time, Finnish actors studied the theatres of the metropole.
Translated title of the contributionVisiting performances of the Finnish Theatre in St Petersburg.: --
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationTeatralnyi Peterburg. Interkulturnaia model. : --
EditorsTatiana Kuzovleva
Number of pages25
Place of PublicationSt Petersburg
PublisherSankpeterburgskaia Akademiia Teatralnogo iskusstva
Publication date5 Oct 2004
Pages310-335
Article number12
ISBN (Print)5-88689-008-4
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2004
MoE publication typeB2 Book chapter

Fields of Science

  • 6131 Theatre, dance, music, other performing arts
  • theatre history XIX c. Finland, Russia, St Petersburg

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