Gint

Adapted by Romulus Linney
Directed by Lane Savadove

Part Mountail tale, part Norwegian folklore, and unlike any Ibsen you've ever seen.

Boldly adapted by Obie Award-winning playwright and Philadelphia native, Romulus Linney, Ibsen's masterpiece, Peer Gynt, is reimagined in rural Appalachia for a boisterous evening of Southern folklore. Staged by artistic director Lane Savadove, this production featured a folk music concert every night before the show, complete with beer cheese and home-crafted beer.

Featuring: Sean Lally, Melanie Julian, Isa St. Clair, Sarah Rachel Schol, Lee Minora, Cindy Spitko, Griffin Stanton-Ameisen, Johnny Smith, and Ed Swidey.

Director: Lane Savadove
Set Design: Dirk Durossette
Light Design: Matt Sharp
Costume Design: Brian T Strachan
Sound Design: David Cimetta
Musical Direction: Christopher Marlowe Roche
Stage Manager: Heather Michelle Knoll
Asst. Stage Manager: Lauren Ackermann
Production Manager: Amy Kurzban
Production Photos: David Cimetta