Peer Gynt (1998 adaptation)

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This article is about the David Henry Hwang and Stephan Muller adaptation. For other uses, see Peer Gynt.
Peer Gynt
Written by David Henry Hwang and Stephan Muller
Characters Peer Gynt
Mads Moen
Troll King and others
Date premiered February 3, 1998
Place premiered Trinity Repertory Company
Original language English
Subject Selfishness; Love
Genre Drama
Setting Gynt family farm and many others

Peer Gynt is a 1998 theatrical adaptation of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen's classic play Peer Gynt by American playwright David Henry Hwang and Swiss director Stephan Muller. Combining many contemporary references with a streamlined turn of the original story, it was commissioned by the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island. It opened there on February 3, 1998.

The script is published by Playscripts, Inc..[1]