Oct 19

Peer Gynt

at 118 Milbank Hall
  • Add to Calendar 2018-10-19 00:00:00 2018-10-19 00:00:00 Peer Gynt On the brink of transforming himself into the writer of realistic dramas of modern life for which he became famous and notorious, Henrik Ibsen wrote a hugely ambitious play of global reach centering on the shape-shifting adventurer Peer Gynt. The Barnard Theatre Department's 2018-19 season opens with a newly-imagined production directed by Shannon Sindelar, and performed by Barnard and Columbia students. Sponsored by the Barnard College Department of Theatre and the Columbia University Major in Drama & Theatre Arts. Tickets: $12/$6 with BC/CU ID. Information: theatre.barnard.edu 118 Milbank Hall Barnard barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com UTC public

On the brink of transforming himself into the writer of realistic dramas of modern life for which he became famous and notorious, Henrik Ibsen wrote a hugely ambitious play of global reach centering on the shape-shifting adventurer Peer Gynt. The Barnard Theatre Department's 2018-19 season opens with a newly-imagined production directed by Shannon Sindelar, and performed by Barnard and Columbia students. Sponsored by the Barnard College Department of Theatre and the Columbia University Major in Drama & Theatre Arts.
Tickets: $12/$6 with BC/CU ID.

Information: theatre.barnard.edu