Here’s a lovely write-up of our field trip to Norway, featured on the UCSC Arts Division website!
An excellent essay on Peer Gynt’s character, full of contradictions and energy. Written by the leading Ibsen expert in Norway, the inimitable Vigdis Ystad.
A review of the production we saw in Norway (reviewed by Benedikte Berntzen). The production takes place on a mountain lake every year in the Gudbrands Valley, where the historical Peer Gynt lived.
All Ibsen, all the time. This tri-lingual website has real-time links to Ibsen events all over the world, PLUS all the Ibsen history you could ask for, PLUS production histories for his plays! Plus… well, everything.
Big cheer for our friend Benedikte Berntzen, who is one of the editors!
Peer Gynt Flash Mob in Copenhagen Metro!
Welcome to The Gynt Project, a two-year, interdisciplinary collaborative engagement at UC Santa Cruz with Henrik Ibsen’s epic masterpiece, “Peer Gynt.” This site will host ideas, images, travelogues, and sneak previews of our work, posted by Project Director Kimberly Jannarone and the Gyntian collaborators–professionals, UCSC undergraduates, faculty, MFA students, and our international team of dramaturgs and artists.