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Romulus Linney's Gint

Gint unfolds like a strange dream, beginning with Pete Gint, a ragged young man in the Appalachian Mountains in 1917, who spends most of his time lying, drinking, and getting into trouble. Gint is determined to become “something great, grand, and glorious,” but he’s not sure just what that is. This show features Henrik Ibsen’s masterpiece, Peer Gynt, in a bold adaptation by Philadelphia native Romulus Linney.

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