Problem There are surprises in the Guthrie Theatre's Peer Gynt. Some are in Ibsen's fantastical story. Some are in Tim Carroll's production of Robert Bly's translation, which adds a surprise party for Gynt during which he collapses and imagines himself into the play. And some are in, well, in the floor. The many scenes unravel in a barn-like wooden structure, with few props. But Carroll and scenic/costume designer Laura Hopkins wanted that barn to have a life of its own. The simple floor ...
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