Peer Gynt by IBSEN, Henrik

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Peer is a dreamer, liar, excellent storyteller and an irresponsible person who avoids all problems. He uses and discards women and looks towards the grandiose, the unattainable. Despite of this, one can't help but like and feel sorry for Peer, as it is easy to recognize something of yourself in him. Peer Gynt is the most well known Norwegian play throughout history and is based loosely on the folklore about Per Gynt. It is a dramatic poem in five acts, and has been aptly described as the story of a life based on procrastination and avoidance. The play is said to be a confrontation with the flock mentality Ibsen meant to recognize the typical Norwegian. ( Summary by Kristingj) Cast: Narrator: Cynthia Moyer Young Peer Gynt: Kristingj Middleaged Peer Gynt: Max Körlinge Old Peer Gynt: Lars Rolander Åse: Amy Gramour Solveig: Elizabeth Klett The Button Moulder: DublinGothic Anitra: Liberty Stump Helga, Solveigs little sister: Tiffany Halla Colonna Kari, the cottars wife: Carol Box Aslak the smith/ A Man Dressed in Mourning: Denny Sayers Solveig's Father: Marty Kris Solveig's Mother: Arielle Lipshaw Ingrid: Patti Cunningham The Green Clad One / The Old Woman: PitFace Begriffenfeldt/ Voice: Availle The Strange Passanger/ The Lean One: Patrick Wallace The Cook: Karlsson The Man of the Dovre/ An Old Man: Ron Altman A Voice in the Darkness: Paul C. Newman Trumpeterstrale/ The Thread Balls: Bev J. Stevens Mr. Cotton / Broken Straws: Bob Gonzalez The Priest: Algy Pug Memnon's statue / Withered Leaves: David Olson Schafmann / The Boy / Ninth Lad: Blake Curran Huhu / Seventh Lad: alanmapstone First Woman / Bird Cries / A sighing in the air: Patti Cunningham Second Woman / First Troll Witch: Nadine Eckert-Boulet Third Woman / Second Troll Witch / Voices: Charlotte Duckett First Man / An Officer / The New-Comer / A Man in Grey: David Lawrence Second Man, elderly/ The Troll-Courtiers / The Oldest Troll-Courtier / First Keeper / The Bailiff: Algy Pug Third Man / First Slave / Second Keeper / The Keepers / Tenth Lad: Phil Benson Fourth Man / Second Slave / A Fellah / An Elderly Man: Cliff Thompson First Lad / Several Others / The Brat / First Young Man: Charlotte Duckett Second Lad / The Crowd / The Boatswain / Second Young Man: David Olson Third Lad / Several Voices / The Lookout / Third Young Man: Wupperhippo Fourth Lad / First Troll-Imp / The Mate / Sixth Lad: Marty Kris Fifth Lad / Second Troll-Imp / Troll-Imps / Eight Lad: Marty Kris First Girl / Three Seater Girls / First Seater Girl: ChyAnne Donnell Second Girl / Three Seater Girls / Second Seater Girl / Church-Goers: Helen Falconer Third Girl / Three Seater Girls / Third Seater Girl: Cathy Barratt Fourth Girl / Other Girls / A Troll-Maiden / Troll-Maidens: Lucy Perry Fifth Girl / Others: Grace The Thief / The Reciever: Nathanial W.C. Higgins Chorus of Girls: Liberty Stump, Nadine Eckert-Boulet, Jeannie Tirado

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