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Associate Professor Parker OpenLab:Mechatronic's Research Group in collaboration with DANM and Theater Arts

Fri, Mar 1, 2013, 3:00 pm to Mon, Mar 11, 2013, 3:00 am



“Peer Gynt” by Henrik IbsenA multi-space theater performance“Peer Gynt” by Henrik IbsenA multi-space theater performanceFriday, March 1, 2013 - Sunday, March 10, 2013Multiple venues: Exp.Theater and DARC Building (UCSC)Presented by:  Digital Arts and New MediaTheater Arts Department


This collaborative production of Peer Gynt combines traditional theater with new media arts, introducing a 21st-century audience to Ibsen's timeless play that questions—from a dizzying array of angles—the nature of the self. Directed by Kimberly Jannarone, professor of theater arts. Developed and produced by the UCSC Theater Arts Department and the Digital Arts and New Media Program. 


Director Kimberly Jannarone and her team of collaborators will invite you to move from one venue to the next to fully experience their multi-faceted presentation of Peer Gynt.* 

More information:

- the production of Peer Gynt and the associated conference

March 8 lecture with Norwegian scholar Dr. Vigdis Ystad.

March 1-3 & 7-10

Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 7:00pm

Sundays at 3:00pm


Doors open 30 minutes before curtain.

Please allow time to park, pick up your tickets at will-call, and be seated before the curtain.

parking $4


$15 general

$12 students

$12 seniors


- UCSC undergrads get 1 ticket free w/ valid ID (required for entry at the door)

- UCSC Faculty, Staff, Alumni Association members: up to two tickets at $12 each


Tickets on sale in January at and in person or by phone at the UCSC Ticket Office (831-459-2159) and the Santa Cruz Civic box office (831-420-5260).


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* The production invites audiences to move from one venue to the next.

Performances will begin at the Experimental Theater at the UCSC Theater Arts Center. After viewing a portion of the presentation, attendees will be asked to join players on a short walk to the Digital Arts Research Center (DARC) where they will choose from several simultaneous theatrical experiences before convening in the Dark Lab for the culmination of the play.

Patrons parked in disabled parking spaces at the Theater Arts Center may drive to the DARC building and park in disabled spaces there. Note: parking on a space-available basis; spaces cannot guaranteed.