Peer Gynt is a bad boy with big dreams and a lust for life. Cast out for seducing a bride on her wedding day, Peer wanders the world in search of love, fame and fortune, meeting characters too fantastic to believe and treading a muddied path between truth and lies.
Award winning Kiwi playwright, Eli Kent rebirths Ibsen’s classic and brings Ibsen’s critique of self-obsession new relevance in an age of social media and egomaniacs.
Bold, raucous and irreverent, Peer Gynt [recycled] is Auckland Theatre Company's contribution to Auckland Arts Festival, showing at 7-18 March at the ASB Waterfront Theatre.
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