World Premiere: January 17, 2003, Theater Basel

Music: Edvard Grieg, Claude Debussy, Darius Milhaud, Kurt Weill
Stage: Regina Lorenz 
Costumes: Antonio D’Amico 
Length: 150 min. / Dancers: 22

«I love Grieg because his mixture of folk music and lyrical moments appeals to me. I can hear the history behind the music. Peer dreams of the big city and finds himself in a dance studio where a rehearsal is taking place. [...] And then he is discovered and designs his own great choreography for the big stage. For me, the key theme in ‹Peer Gynt› is the central character’s search for himself.»
— Richard Wherlock

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