Peer Gynt is a drunk, a liar, and a womaniser. He spends most of his life dodging any and all responsibility and trying to immortalise his name by spinning the story of his life. Along the way he meets flying stags, trolls, and Death. Ibsen’s five act, fifty-ish character, 1867 play is newly translated and reshaped by the directors.
As a part of the development of the project, Peer Gynt will be presented as a series of play readings over three nights, and will be reworked after each performance ready for the next night.
February 10th-12th 2016