When it comes to participation in musicals, Jahn has often said ‘yes’.

Rocky Horror Show – 1977. 
The following artists participated:
Jahn Teigen as “Riff Raff”. In addition, the choir Jahn on the disc.
Helge Linaae as “Rocky”.
Ivar Nørre as “Jan”.
Kari Ann Grønsund as “Janne”.
Knut Husbø as “Frank”.
Gro Anita Schønn as “Magenta”.
Julie Ege as “Columbia”.
Per “Elvis” Granberg as “Eddie”.
Egil åsmann as “Dr. Scott”.
Bjarne Bø as Narrator.
Once Again Jahn Teigen is in focus. This time, as Frankenstein’s assistant in the musical “Rocky Horror Show”. This is the Norwegian version of the original oppsettingen coming from England.
Critics praised the Jahn for his role in the play. In the reviews we had read that the performance of Jahn was a powerful presentation, and that he played the part with exellence. The play was performed at the Central Theater in Oslo. year was 1977.
Jahn himself says he was let loose as the character Riff Raff “in an entertaining horror piece.
For all the success you have to have someone to trust, and it had Jahn in director David Toguri. David Toguri was to prove that Jahn would work NOK away with. This was in the musical “Bloody Mary”.
The Norwegian edition of the Rocky Horror Show was translated by Ole Paus and Johan File No. From the musical has also released a cassette, LP and CD. The disc “Rocky Horror Show” was recorded at Talent Studio in Oslo 24 and 25 October 1977. Sound engineer was Svein Engebretsen. producer was Arve Sigvaldsen.
LP had the same musicians / studio musicians who during the performance of the play at the Central Theater.

The songs:
1. Science fiction / Dobbelforestiling.
2. Bryllupssangen.
3. Alltid lys hos Frankenstein.
4. En hip transvetitt.
5. Tiden blir skrudd.
6. Damoklessverdet.
7. Muskelmann-sangen.
8. Eddies sang.
9. Muskelmann-sangen (reprise).
10. Ta meg, ta meg.
11. Det hender iblandt.
12. Eddies Teddy.
13. Planet-Manet.
14. Fra først av kunne alt gå an.
15. Jeg vil hjem.
16. Super-helter.
17. Science Fiction (reprise).

Fantomets glade bryllup – 1978.
Music by Jahn Teigen – Text of Herodes Falsk.
Phantom: Knut Husebø.
Sala: Marit Syvertsen.
Jahn Teigen is the great villain.
Guran: Egil Åsman.
Salas Mom: Here are two pieces that go in shifts, Else-Gro Waallan and Turid Haaland.
Salas father: Fill Johan Inger.
Tarzan: Svein Sturla Hungnes.
Instructor: David Toguri.
Sets: Hans Petter Harboe.
Mask: Per Hansen / Steinar Mikkelsen.
Costumes: Inger Derlick.
Orchestra Management: Roy Hellvin.
Premiere November 11, 1978 at the Central Theater in Oslo was that in VG Wednesday, September 27 at the time. Running was ready, the tests of time and pre-commercial sounded on stage explosion.
It was Jahn’s efforts in “Rocky Horror Show” that got David Toguri NOK once to Norway this time as instruktør.I this musical is the only Phantom who do not understand how ridiculous he is. His worst enemy is Guran and Tarzan. Tarzan?
As Herod said during the interview in VG Wednesday, September 27, 1978:
“By mistake as Tarzan comes up all the way, and it’s just going to have to be a collision. The jungle kings as warriors. The only thing I lost is that the audience will laugh, and play will probably slaughtered. I have not concentrated on the deeper meaning. ”
It was also the replacement in the villain role in the play. Øystein Selenius stepped in for Jahn. He had played the role before – four times as Jahn was sick. This role would he have the season, to 9 June.

Bloody Mary – 1979.
“Bloody Mary and Teigen” was the headline in the daily newspaper VG, Wednesday, August 29, 1979.
This was NOK a Norwegian version of a foreign musical. This time around the woman pirate, Mary Read, but where Jahn has created new music for the play. The reason that Jahn was asked to create music for the play “Bloody Mary” was his close collaboration with David Toguri in music alone “Rocky Horror Show and Phantom Happy Wedding”. David Toguri was an instructor for just “Bloody Mary”.
“Bloody Mary” is / was a family event and author of the play is Ken Hill. In the play “Bloody Mary” has writer Ken Hill used pirate Mary Read as a starting point. Pirate, Mary Read made life harder for those who came to her near the lake around 1700. Pirate, Mary Read ravaged around Jamaicakysten. Mary Read was eventually caught and locked behind bars, “and that was where she ended her last days: In this piece ends is not so terrible as the reality and that in the original musical. The director had to take this into consideration when he performed the play as a family event.
Piratjengen of women were Kari Simonsen as “Mary Read”, Nanna Tandberg as “Mary Read his right hand Henrietta”. Contributors female pirates were on Anne Marit Jacobsen, Jenny Hoff, and Astrid Folstad.
In the play had Mary Read also a sister named Lucy. She was played by Merete Moen. Otherwise contributed Svein Sturla Hungnes, Knut Risan, Nils Ole Oftebro, Erik Hivju and Joachim Calmeyer.
The play “Bloody Mary” had premiære August 30, 1979, and was actually performed to 5 October of that year. The music that was performed and written by Jahn was the following tunes:

1. Alltid strid.
2. Edvard Flynn.
3. En dag med deg.
4. Forlang mere.
5. Gjør det værste.
6. Jeg føler at jeg mister.
7. Mary Read.
8. Min Johnny.
9. Overture.
10. Pronto Y manana.
11. Rio Grande.
12. St. Ana.
13. Venezuela.
14. Vi er fri.
15. Vi tapte et slag.

Fisle Narrepanne i Tyrol. 
By Jahn Teigen, Herodes False and Tom Mathisen.
Music and lyrics by: Jahn Teigen, Herodes False and Tom Mathisen.
Director of: Øivind Blunck.
Sets by: Hans Petter Harboe.
Costumes by: Inger Derlick.
Cast: Jahn Teigen as Fisle Jester Panne and Otto Afterparty.
Kjersti Døvigen as Heidi Uber Unter and Astrid Von Rugheim.
Henning Ibsen as H. Ibsen.
Ivar Nørve as Hugo Von Durfen.
Ulf Wengård as Adolf Hitmann.
Egil Åsmann as Sustel. (The only survivor from the original “Tyrol”.)
Tom Mathisen as Peter hinaus and attorneys Strumpenheim as well as a traveling man.
Ellen Waaler that travelers lady.
Herod False as “Bellboy”.
Kari Onstad as Silvia.
Kari-Ann Grønsund as Hildegard Knepf.
Dancers: January Huse, Ellen Waaler, Torhild Beach and Øystein Selenius.
The success of “Fantomets glade bryllup” gave us the taste of the musical. So we had to have a sequel, a “part II” says the three happy men from Prima Vera. They chose Norwegian musikkhistories greatest success. “Sommer i Tyrol”, as a starting point. The result was the musical “Fisle narrepanne i Tyrol”.
April 8, 1981 crashed the loose in Oslo. Central theater was the place.
The plot of this musical is added to 1980. Vertshuset “White Horse” which was the collection point under the “Sommer i Tyrol”. The motel has become old and decaying and has been bequeathed over to Heidi Uber Unter and Hugo Von Durfen. Heidi and Hugo inherits the “White Horse” by Josefa. The problem starts when Heidi will start the orphanage and Hugo will demolish to make room for the highway. In addition to all this so get Fisle Jester Panne job as a butler. He has professional experience from a kennel. In order to inherit the “White Horse” that must Heidi run the inn for a weekend without getting complaints. This weekend saw Heidi gets a visit from Carl Gustav and Silvia and since Heidi is the kind and Hugo is the bad so does Hugo what he can to destroy. But this is a musical and it will end well and it does.
The music that was performed during this musical was also released on LP and MC. It was also used the same actors and musicians.

1. Jodlesang.
2. Den Hvite Hest.
3. Hvis Den Hvite Hest blir et barnehjem.
4. Von Durfen.
5. Oppasseren.
6. Velkommen til Den Hvite Hest.
7. 500 mil til Nashville.
8. Løvetann.
9. Når jeg kommer diiiit.
10. Fisle Narrepanne.
11. Han er gal.
12. Bingli bingli.
13. Alt er klart til middagsmat.
14. Dans med meg.
15. Sommer i Tyrol.
16. Snørr og tårer.
17. Satzkammerpop.

Ha ha he he ho (De gærne har`e godt) – Oslo 1982. 
Ronny “Pepper` n “Pedersen presents:
This is the notion of John Dillinger, Jahn Teigen, Al Capone, Tom Mathisen, Machine Gun Kelly and Herodes Falsk.
Instructor: Lee Harvey Oswald.
Choreographer: Jack the Ripper.
Decals: Frode Krogh.
Costumes: Mark Chapman.
Wigs / Masks: Martin Pedersen.
Song Arrangement: Ronald Biggs.
Musical Leadership: Jahn Teigen.
Sound: Asle Nilsen.
Lighting: Tom Sterri.
Repetitør: Tom tom tom Mathisen.
Photo: Annabel Ranheim Sæther.
Program Sheet: Øystein Johnsen.
Billetør: Herod False.
Throw: Bjorn Holbæk Hanssen.
Drawing: Tore Løken.
Production / Adm: San Quentin prision USA.
Welcome dear audience stood in the program booklet that was handed out to the crowd when the guys in the Prima Vera had performance on ABC revue theater in 1982. We are very happy and quite a little surprised that you have come here to attend the evening’s performance here at the alphabet theater. Considering that the evening’s executive artists exclusively consists of securing prisoners who are hand picked and discreetly shipped to Norway from the world’s most heavily guarded prisons. But by all means! Do not let this put a damper on the evening. Prisoners (artists) are basically relatively sympathetic people as long as we treat them accordingly. Profanity and the lack of applause and laughter from the audience is tolerating the rest do not. Should the unlikely event such a situation arise, we can not accept any responsibility for any artists’ aggressive behavior: It’s up to yourselves to act in the best possible way. It is of course our primary desire that such conflicts will not occur, but for any anxious audience members can we as a soothing comfort make note that the country’s most modern intensive care unit is located virtually next door to the theater (cf. National Hospital in the telephone directory).
Well, it remains only to wish you all a very compelling (he he) even, or to put it as one of the artists (Head Cape holder from Cairo): “They want to NOK sit chained to chairs in the auditorium.”
Good luck and if any good improvement.
Lee Harvey Oswald, Instructor.

In this musical, it is three guys that should be mentioned a little more depth:
Walter Carlos, better known as “the Jackal” needs no introduction. He is already an established international star. Who does not remember his brilliant performances in shows such as: “Walter Get Your Gun” and “The Jackal redder negro king’s daughter”.
Then there are the famous John Hinkley Jr.. The Singing John Hinkley Jr.. is a young and very promising criminal. He started early as terrorist, but was not the attention that he deserved. This changed when he met Ronald Reagan. Hinkley jr. have had central roles in prison shows that: “They shoot horses, don` t they? ” and “Something funny happend on the way to Ullersmo”.
Finally I want to mention Pete Sutcliffe. The man who has been a concept when it comes to prison shows. He has previously appeared in the famous fengselsmusicals as: “My scared Lady” and “Kvele Man on the Roof”. This fun figure has already debuted in 1965, but was not the final breakthrough until 1981.

This musical is comprised of two acts:
Akt 1.
1. Frukten fra Alcatraz – Alle.
2. Fengselspolkaen går – Walter/Balletten.
3. Sing, sing, sing og vær glad – John/Pete.
4. Er denne heisen betjent? Ja, den er politibetjent – Sketsj/Alle.
Akt 2.
1. Jeg vil ha en blå batong! – Alle.
2. Tyven, tyven skal du Pete/Balletten.
3. Jeg er en bølle med øyne blå – Walter.
4. Den som tas sist ler best: – Alle.

Jag thrives on open institution – Stockholm 1984. 
More information comes later.

La Bohème – Vienna 1986. 
It all started July 4, 1985. With a coincidence that Jahn read a short note in VG’s Dramas.
The text of this notice was as follows:
Popsangere from around the world now have the chance to debut as opera singers. In the fall will Wiener Kammeroper invite to try singing for poppversjonen of “La Boheme” which will have world premiere in February.
When this was read as set Jahn started his own private investigation. He contacted the Norwegian Embassy in Vienna. After a few phones that got Jahn know how to try singing to keep the place. Jahn and Anita traveled to Vienna for their own account. When they came down so no one showed who they were. They asked for an audition with Popsangere from all over Europe. They won and got the lead role in popversjonen of Puccini’s “La Bohene” as Mimi and Marcel.
Actually it was only Jahn who was to audition. Anita was to accompany. But what songs they might present to the American director Sam Cale, they were not sure. Should they choose Opera? rock? pop? It ended with the man with kølappnummer 41 entered the scene, connected from the microphone from its stand and sang “O Sole Mio” with such a big impact that even Anita had been spared until then. In the middle of “O Solo Mio” stopped the Jahn and asked for a rockelåt. Jahn sang the first verse of his own “Sound of Love”. Then the first verse was done Anita sat down at the piano and sang the second verse. What happened then is not common during an audition. All stood up and applauded.
“You are the best” was the message they got along with that they would meet up the day after the dance samples. It went so well for Jahn that he was promoted from the intended role of Marcel to the primary role of Rudolph. Jahn had actually received the most to do. 7 to 8 songs alone, lines and lots of choreography. Anita comes into play after a while, and she is one of the female participants who had most to do. At the peak of the 13 pieces on the stage.
2. February 1986 (Sunday) so had Jahn and Anita’s first public performance in Vienna’s Chamber Opera with poputgaven of Puccini’s “La Bohene”. The official premiere was the first few days after (Tuesday 04.02.86), but the reaction to judge from yesterday’s full set saddle should be tailored for success. As it also was.
Jahn and Anita as it once was married was also boyfriends and hovedrolleinnhavere in the show. They received enthusiastic applause from a mixed, but adorned and formed the audience. After the curtain had to fall so they and the rest of the big fourteen-man ensemble on stage and receive the tribute all four times. It deserved the supremely after a two-hour show where actually the peak of pure dialogue in German, and then without an audible miss It is an achievement in itself.
In “La Boheme” as had Jahn and Anita had roles that suited them well and that they exploited to the full. Jahn had toyed with the facial expression, emotions, and very powerful voice. Anita was, naturally NOK, very credible as his sensitive and beautiful girlfriend.
The story of La Boheme is a simple depiction of love in a classic Boheme environment, where young artists would rather go to a cafe than to buy fuel. In the happy days taken Poet Rudolph (Jahn) and Syersken Mimi (Anita), and they are very in love. She will however, told that she is mortally ill and leaving Rudolph to save him the grief. Then she will die, she can no longer be away from him, and it all ends with that she dies in his arms.

La Bohème – Oslo 1987.
More information comes later.

Rock `n` trolls – Kristiansund / Oslo 1988.
More information comes later.

Stinsen brinner – Stockholm 1990. 
It is Claes Eriksson in Gale Create Arna & After Shave who has written the play.
“Stinsen brinner” is about a small station that is closed. Stinsen – station master denies decision and pretend that the station still in operation. It leads to the utoligeste complications.
Knut Arngred who played in this musical became suddenly ill and in stepped Jahn. During the 48 hours he took over one of the main characters in “Stinsen brinner”. No one thought that this was possible. But Jahn did it. Jahn was able to learn the nine songs. All the choreography in this short time. In addition to that, he played three different people: Gøte cabbage, Emilio and Søren Nick Berg (togfører).

Which Witch – London 1992. 
This Musicale has also come on the video:
12 years – 2 hours 17min. – 1997.
With: Jahn Teigen, Benedicte Adrian, Ingrid Bjørnov, Graham Bickley, etc.
In this musical play Jahn Teigen “executioner”.
He also performs the song “The Executioner”.
Music: Benedicte Adrian / Ingrid Bjørnov.
Text: Kit Hesketh-Harvey.
Music Events: Ingrid Bjørnov.
Orchestras Call: Martin Koch.
Script: Piers Haggard.
Set designer: Richard Hudson.
Costumes: Mark Bailey.
Lighting: Mark Henderson.
Choreographer: William Tuckett.
Director: Piers Haggard.
Manufactured by: Ole A. Sørli.

Which Witch is a tragic love story from 1537. It is based on an incident in hekseforfølgernes manual, Malleus Maleficarum, and is about a young Italian by Maria Vittoria and the German Bishop Daniel. Their love blooms in Renaissance Rome, but ends in a cruel hekseprosess in Heidelberg. The action takes place with the struggle between the Reformation and the Catholic Church as a backdrop. Witch fever in Europe is rising, and thousands of innocent women are sent to the fire.
Arbedet with Which Witch was begun in 1986, and the opera musical since its premiere at the Bergen International Festival 1987 has been performed in total 215 times in various versions of over 300 000 audience members.
This video shows the 76 and the last show of Which Witch on the Piccadilly Theater in London. This is the only modern musical from the West End or Broadway which is available on video in completely theatrical production.

Charlies Tante – Chateu Neuf Oslo 1995.
By Brandon Thomas.
Director and workmanship: Runar Borge.
Sets: Svein Lund-Roland.
Music: Egil Monn-Iversen.
Cast: Jahn Teigen, Rolv Wesenlund, Harald Heide Steen jr., Kari Rasmussen, Guri Schanke, Anitra Eriksen, Solfrid Heier, Trond Teigen and Kim Prisoner.

How we even knew the beloved comedian pair, has resurrected. It happened on “Charlie’s Aunt” premiere last night, when Harald H. Steen jr. courted Wesenlund. It was an unequivocal yes from the audience.
In the spring of last year they played two stage veterans of “Charlie’s Aunt” at the Norwegian Theater. This is a flor light farce about stupid love entanglement with no other purpose than to amuse. When they move up to the Chateau Neuf, it is abundantly clear that the previous round, has done something about the chemistry between Rolv Wesensten and Harald H. Steen jr. After years of stage assignments in different parts, now has the confidence to play each other again. Safer than they were in the previous release.
In “Charlie’s Aunt” where Rolv Wesenlund appears that fiery south-American senora, is there a courting scene. It is Didrik Due alias Harald H. Steen jr. which proposes to Donna Lucia alias Uncle Babben alias Rolv Wesenlund. The scene is wonderfully long, and the two parhestene improvise himmelropende rein loose and lekelystent. They are purely verbal tangopar. Jahn Teigen performed the role of Mr. Nandor Spettevik – a somewhat dubious guy. Mr. Nandor Spettevik was dad to 2 of the other co-star girls including Olivia Lewis.
The play offers entertainment of the most shred light stroke. Plus five new opponents, all well-chosen and cooperative with the two central improvisors.

Piccolo – Kristiansand 1996. 
Those who were with:
Conductor: Roger Brendhagen.
Guitar: Javed Kurd.
Tangents: Anders Busch.
Drums: Eirik Other Rydningen.
Song: Birgitte Ø. Andresen.
Dance: Lill Cathrine Aabel Nilsen, Wenche Lislevand, Astrid Elise Hastad, Rita Martone, Rosemary Santos, Elizabeth Santos.
Sound-Light: Mike Moen – P.A. compagnist.

This summer, the show utspant over several weeks in Kristiansand. In the summer of ’96. This was Jahn’s first summer show ever, and here plays Jahn “Piccolo” in a tremendous show which takes place at Caledonian Hotel in Kristiansand. The music is taken from Jahn’s 25-year career, interspersed with comedy, dance and much much more.
As Jahn says himself: “I will not carry as many suitcases, but instead is my intention to carry out the best I can give that to the observer to entertain you, in one of the world’s oldest professions – the arts to entertain an audience.”

1 Usynlig Piccolo.
2 Kino.
3 Koffertdans.
4. Robertino.
5. 60.
6. Beatles.
7. The Queen.
8. Balett.
9. Ståbass.
10. Hits.

1. Magi.
2. Lite Orkester.
3. 80.
4. Luer.
5. Hits.
6. Evergreen.
7. Stol.
8. Salen.
9. Scenen.
10. Takk.

Sofies Verden – 1999.
More information comes later.

Prima Vera – (a) live – 2000. 
Jahn Teigen, Tom Mathisen og Herodes False.
Conductor and guitar: Svein Dag Hauge.
Bass: Rolf Graf.
Drums: Per Hillestad.
Keyboards: Per Kolstad.
Lighting: Stone Phillips.
Sound design: Rasmussen Eide.
Lighting technology: Ståle Kilen.
Scene Master: Arild Stubsveen.
Set designer, Christine Hendy.
Inspisient: Marianne Garden.
According to Pott: Jorunn Gunnes.

Having sold buckets of records, joked with the established entertainment Norway and swagger around in their green costume in the late 70th century and half of the 80’s so had Prima Vera is tremendous show that they raided around in Norway with the 26.09 .2000 to 28.11.2001.
As they say themselves: Best show ever made. In this show you got to experience familiar and beloved melodies. All of 26 old Prima Vera songs that among other things: “It’s a nice day”, “The crazy has it good”, “So happy in Sweden”, “She will never understand me”, “My first love”, “Piker , Wine & Song “and many, go among others. And for those of you who did not set this as the show came out on VHS and DVD.

Prima Vera – De grønne glitrende tre (Live Oslo Spektrum 2001).
More information comes later.