Now in its 51st year, the annual St. Olav Festival in Norway celebrates the historic battle of Stiklestad in 1030, which marked the country’s transition from paganism to Christianity and established the cult of St. Olav after the slain king. Central to the festival is the St Olav Drama, performed in an outdoor amphitheatre at the Stiklestad National Cultural Center before an audience of 6,000 (more than 20,000 people watch the drama over four performances). This year, the sound was handled ...

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