The Full Wiki

More info on Karl Gustav Bonuvier

Karl Gustav Bonuvier: Wikis

Advertisements
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Karl Gustav Bonuvier, (21 September 1776-d. Fredrikshamn i August 1858), was a Swedish actor and theatre director, active in Sweden and Finland. He is remembered for having founded the first theatre house in Finland.

Biography

Bonuvier was active in the Stenborg Theatre in Stockholm in 1796-99, were he played the lover in Den dubbla intrigen (The double intrigue) by Dumaniant, and later in the theatre troupe of his wife's brother-in-law Johan Peter Lewenhagen and in Djurgårdsteatern, before he played theatre in Finland, as the director of his own troupe, by the privilege of the Russian Czar in 1813-27. He was allowed to found a permanent theatre house in Turku in 1813. This was the first theatre house in Finland, which made Bonuvier a pioneer; previously, theatre in Finland had been conducted by travelling theatre troupes from Sweden - the Stenborg Troupe, the troupe of Martin Nürenbach, the Seuerling troupe; in 1795, the Seuerling troupe had become the first troupe active permanently in Finland under the leadership of Margareta Seuerling, but Bonuvier was the first to found a permanent theatre building. It was replaced by Åbo Svenska Teater in 1837. Karl Gustav Bonuvier was married to his colleague, the Swedish actress Ulrica Sofia Björling.

See also

References


Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message