Plays Directory : Peer Gynt

The information below is intended to give you a brief guide to the show and highlight some of the other The Mandy Network members who have also been involved in this show.

  • Author
    Henrik Ibsen
  • Written
    1867
  • Overview
    Peer Gynt is a five-act play in verse by the Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen, loosely based on the fairy tale Per Gynt. Interpreted in its day as a satire on the Norwegian personality, Peer Gynt is the story of a life based on avoidance. Ibsen wrote Peer Gynt in deliberate disregard of the limitations that the conventional stagecraft of the 19th century imposed on drama. Its 40 scenes move uninhibitedly in time and space and between consciousness and the unconscious, blending folkloric fantasy and unsentimental realism.

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5 known characters

5 known roles


Connected mandy members:

Savannah Betts
2019, Mother / Mountain King
Zed Alley
Max Burns
Max Burns
Child Actor
2019, Peer Gynt
Finlaystone Country Estate
Petra Jones
Petra Jones
Actor
2019, The Green Lady
Zed Alley
Dominique Dalton
2018, Solveig's Mother/Anitra
Clifftown Theatre
Francesca Nicholls
2018, Ingrid/Woman in Green
Questor's Theater, Ealing
Kimberley Hallam
2018, Traveller
Sandrine Lessard-Blais
2018, Solveig
Annex Theatre
Amy Watts
Amy Watts
Set Designer
2018, Costume Designer
McKenna Langdon
2018, Button Molder
Annex Theatre
Stella Strange
2018, Solveig
Marisa Foley
Marisa Foley
Actor
2018, Green Woman
Clifftown Theatre
Paige Pidwerbeski
2018, Ensemble
Annex Theatre
Ronan Cullen
Ronan Cullen
Actor
2018, Peer Gynt
The Clifftown Theatre
Veronika Smit
2018, Ensemble
Justin DeSouza
2018, Ensemble
Annex Theatre
George Alfie
George Alfie
Actor
2018, Dr. Begriffenfeldt
Tom Curzon
Tom Curzon
Actor
2017, Peer Gynt/Mountain King
Zoo Sanctuary
Maria Stella Milani
2017, Master Cotton
Studio Raspail, Paris (France)
Dovile Krasnickaite
2017, Ase/Captain/Lunatic
Smock Alley Theatre
Aitana Netzband
2017, green-clad woman
TheaterBurg Roßlau