A new version with live music by Tarab
19th century Norway
Caught between his angel and his demon, haunted by the women he loved, lost and betrayed, and catapulted through a life built on fantasy, Peer Gynt is finally forced to face himself.
A new verse version of Henrik Ibsen's 1867 classic.
Further minor roles played by the company. The original production also featured live music by Tarab.
30 September 2011
Produced by Rough Magic Theatre Company
First staged as part of the 2011 Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival.
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The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme.
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