Dramatens elevskola

Dramatens Elevskola

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Dramatens elevskola, i.e. Kungliga Dramatiska Teaterns Elevskola, or in Eng: The Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school, was the acting school of Sweden's national stage, The Royal Dramatic Theatre, and for many years (1787–1964) seen as the foremost theatre school and drama education for Swedish stage actors. It was established in 1787 by the theatre and art loving King Gustav III and was for many years under the protection of the Swedish royal family.


The school was originally founded in 1787. Previously, actors had been educated as personal students of individual actors at the theatre, but it was decided that a school was necessary for a more secure succession of the profession and to learn up children in the profession from the start from examples made by the continent. It is not mentioned much during its first years, but it is clear to have been active from the end of the year 1787. In 1788, it is called The Children's Theatre, and is noted to have performed a play for the king and the royal court. The school were apparently founded by order from the opera direction, and the students were from between the age 9-14. One the first students known were Lars Hjortsberg, who also performed at this occasion and became one of the stars of Swedish theatre history. The school was organised in 1793 by Anne Marie Milan Desguillons and her spouse, two actors from the French Theatre in Bollhuset in Stockholm. The school was often called children's theatre, and the...
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