National Theatre / Oslo, Norway
In 1836, the first public theatre of Norway was born out of a much-needed necessity for Norwegian representation on a stage dominated by the Danish arts. As means to regain some identity, the theatre only hired Norwegian-speaking actors and quickly became the birthplace of many stories. The most notable being ‘Peer Gynt’, which to this day has an annual festival celebrating Norwegian identity throughout the world.
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