Ingmar Bergman Poster

Other Works

  • Stage: Directed Kaj Munk's play "Niels Ebbesen" for Dramatikerstudion, Stockholm, Sweden, autumn 1943.
  • Radio: Directed radio play "Oväder" by August Strindberg for The Radio Theatre at Sveriges Radio P1. Starring Erland Josephson, Ewa Fröling, Maria Bonnevie, Ingvar Kjellson and Hans Alfredson, it aired 29 August 1999.
  • Stage: Directed Per Olov Enquist's play "Bildmakarna" at the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden, 1998.
  • Wrote several novels and plays.
  • Stage: Directed Edward Albee's play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", 1963.
  • Commercials: Made nine cinema commercials for Bris soap, 1951.
  • Radio: Directed August Strindberg's play "Påsk" at Sveriges Radio, Stockholm, Sweden, 1952.
  • Stage: Directed Rudolf Värnlund's play "U39" at Borgarskolan, Stockholm, Sweden, 1943.
  • Stage: Directed Royal Dramatic Theatre of Sweden production of Schiller's "Maria Stuart," premiering in US at Brooklyn Academy of Music Gilman Opera House, Brooklyn, NY, 12 June 2002.
  • (1987) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," and August Strindberg's play, "Miss Julie," in a Royal Dramatic Theatre Company from Stockholm, Sweden at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Peter Stormare, Borge Ahlstedt, Gunnel Lindblom, Pernilla Ostergren, and Marie Goranzon in the cast.
  • (November 1990) His play, "Scenes from a Marriage," was performed in a 1990 Chichester Festival Production at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with Alan Howard and Penny Downie in the cast. Rita Russek was director.
  • (1970) He directed Henrik Ibsen's play, "Hedda Gabler," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Maggie Smith, Jeremy Brett, Robert Stephens, John Moffatt, and Sheila Reid in the cast.
  • (1970) He directed Henrik Ibsen's play, "Hedda Gabler," in a National Theatre production at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Maggie Smith, Jeremy Brett, Robert Stephens, John Moffatt, Jeanne Watts, and Sheila Reid in the cast.
  • A Little Night Music (1973). Musical/Romantic Comedy. Music by Stephen Sondheim. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by Hugh Wheeler. Suggested by the film "Smiles of a Summer Night" by Ingmar Bergman. Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick. Musical Director: Harold Hastings. Assistant to Mr. Hastings: Arthur Wagner. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Florence Klotz. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Choreographed by Patricia Birch. Directed by Harold Prince. Shubert Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 17 Sep 1973- close): 25 Feb 1973- 3 Aug 1974 (601 performances + 12 previews). Cast: Len Cariou (as "Frederik Egerman"), Hermione Gingold (as "Madame Armfeldt"), Glynis Johns (as "Desiree Armfeldt"), George Lee Andrews (as "Prid, Madame Armfeldt's butler") [Broadway debut], D'Jamin Bartlett (as "Petra") [Broadway debut], Despo (as "Malla, Desiree Armfeldt's maid"), Patricia Elliott (as "Countess Charlotte Malcolm"), Beth Fowler (as "Mrs. Segstrom"), Laurence Guittard (as "Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm"), Judy Kahan (as "Fredrika Armfeldt [Broadway debut], Mark Lambert (as "Henrik Egerman") [Broadway debut], Barbara Lang (as "Mrs. Anderssen"), Victoria Mallory (as "Anne Egerman"), Teri Ralston (as "Mrs. Nordstrom"), Benjamin Rayson (as "Mr. Lindquist"), Gene Varrone (as "Mr. Erlanson"), Will Sharpe Marshall (as "Bertrand, a page"), Sherry Mathis (as "Osa") [Broadway debut]. Understudies: Despo (as "Madame Armfeldt"), Beth Fowler (as "Countess Charlotte Malcolm/Petra"), Len Gochman (as "Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm/Frederik Egerman"), Barbara Lang (as "Desiree Armfeldt"), Will Sharpe Marshall (as "Frid/Henrik Egerman"), Sherry Mathis (as "Anne Egerman/Fredrika Armfeldt"). Replacement actors during Shubert Theatre run: Sheila K. Adams (as "Fredrika Armfeldt") [Broadway debut]. Replacement actors during Majestic Theatre run: William Daniels (as "Frederik Egerman" [from 25 Feb 1974- ?], Dick Sabol (as "Frid, Madame Armfeldt's butler"). Produced by Harold Prince. Produced in association with Ruth Mitchell. Note: Filmed as A Little Night Music (1977).
  • (February 17, 1984 to April 1, 1984) He adapted Henrik Ibsen's play, "A Doll's House," and August Strindberg's play, "Miss Julie," into "Nora-Julie," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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