Peer Gynt
    By Henrik Ibsen

    19:00, Wed 21st – Sat 24th November 2007 at Corpus Playroom
    Michaelmas Week 7

    "Out there, where the sky shines, humans say: 'To thyself be true'. In here, trolls say: 'Be true to yourself - ish.'"

    Caught in a place between reality and fantasy, Peer Gynt is searching for his identity- what is that? Who is he? What can he trust to tell him? Peer begins his quest through a landscape of time, place and mind. At times tragic, comic and fantastic, Ibsen fashions a world that is other to our own yet inextricably connected, a Borderland between here and now and other and elsewhere. Are we alone here? This imaginative and lively production creates the energy, bawdiness and innovation of Kenneth McLeish's National Theatre translation.

    Book through the Cambridge Arts Theatre, St Edward's Passage on 01223 503333.


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