Peer Gynt 

Stella Adler Acting Studio

by Henrik Ibsen

Director: Michael Grenham

Scenic Design: Bradley Wehrle

Lighting Design: Sara  Watson

Costume Design: Ricky Lurie

Peer Gynt, the title character, is a man in search of himself. His problem is that he misunderstands “self-realization” and seeks fulfillment in his poetic dreams because he fears life and love. In order to show the full range of his negative development, Ibsen shows Peer first as a feckless young man of twenty, then as a middle-aged tycoon, and finally as a broken old man returning to his native Norway.

Prologue Dance
Prologue Dance
Act 1- Peer and his Mother
Act 1- Peer and his Mother
Act 1- Aslak and Peer fighting
Act 1- Aslak and Peer fighting
Act 1- The wedding guests
Act 1- The wedding guests
Act 2- Peer and the Troll King
Act 2- Peer and the Troll King
Act 2- Peer with the trolls
Act 2- Peer with the trolls
Act 3- Helga (L) Solvieg (R)
Act 3- Helga (L) Solvieg (R)
Act 3- Warrior Dance
Act 3- Warrior Dance
Act 4- Middle age Peer and crew
Act 4- Middle age Peer and crew
Act 4- King of the crazies
Act 4- King of the crazies
Act 4- Peer and HuHu
Act 4- Peer and HuHu
Act 5-  Old Peer at Sea
Act 5- Old Peer at Sea
Act 5- Old Peer and the Old Troll
Act 5- Old Peer and the Old Troll
Act 5 - Old Peer and the Button Moulder
Act 5 - Old Peer and the Button Moulder