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 “An astonishing fable, a surreal parable, a theatrical tour de force” The Phila Inquirer


“EgoPo’s season of Ibsen finishes with a transporting success” Phindie


“EgoPo has transformed a seemingly unstageable play into a vivid pageant about the road to purgatory” Broad Street Review


“Marvelously imaginative and beautiful images”

City Paper




Adapted by Romulus Linney

Directed by Lane Savadove


This show features Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece, Peer Gynt, in a bold adaptation by Obie Award winning playwright and Philadelphia native, Romulus Linney. In this fantastical classic, GINT is reimagined in rural Appalachia for a boisterous evening of Southern folklore filled with banjos, talking hogs, and Beer Cheese. Part Mountain tale, part Norwegian folklore, and unlike any Ibsen you've ever seen.

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