Peer Gynt from Kosovo

28.05.2014. | 20:00

Peer Gynt from Kosovo

by Jeton Neziraj

Wednesday, May 28th at 20:00h

Director: Robert Jelinek (Sweden)


Ema Andrea (Albania)

Besnik Krapi (Kosovo)

Jonas Sjögren (Sweden)

Charles Toulouse (Germany)

Dramaturgy: Stefan Schletter (Germany)

Set and costume designer: Jelena Miletić (Serbia / Serbia)

Visual Design: Zymryte Hoxhaj (Germany/Kosovo)

Production assistant: Johanna Lenthe (Germany)

Light: Ibrahim Xhemaili (Macedonia)

Sound engineer: Muhamet Veseli – Muha (Kosovo)

Ticket: 500 din

In Peer Gynt from Kosovo, Kosovan author Jeton Neziraj tells the story of a young man, who has spent nearly 20 years of his life legally and illegally in Sweden and Germany. It is a story full of adventure and shocking drama that gives us profound insight into the reality of European migration.

This authentic story, told with a great sincerity, is a reflection on the fates of thousands of young immigrants in Europe who, when faced with a life crisis, often lose contact with the ground underneath their feet and turn to crime to survive.

The play, written by Jeton Neziraj and directed by Robert Jelinek, tells a heart-breaking story that reflects the fate of many young European migrants; who leave their countries in search of fortune and happiness, but in turn find hardship and despair. (Kosovo 2.0)

A joint theater production of Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden (Germany), Qendra Multimedia (Kosovo) and Teater de Vill (Sweden).

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