At the University of Colorado in Boulder this December, audiences were surprised and impressed by the world premier production of Peeru Gunto, a Kabuki-style adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s fantastical 19th century epic Peer Gynt. Transferring the Norwegian folklore of the original Peer’s globe-trotting search for self and life’s meaning to 19th-century Japan and the Old American West made for a visually stunning stage production. Director Dr. Cecilia J. Pang, an assistant drama professor at ...
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