A.J. Ditty’s The Boyg is set in early 1940’s occupied Norway, where many of its notable citizens are held as political prisoners.  Among those is influential painter Per Krogh.  Over the course of his captivity, Per covers his cell with images Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.  As the prisoners fight to hold on to their humanity, they reenact the stories of their youth.

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The Boyg is a new play by New York based actor and playwright A.J. Ditty.  In the early 1940’s Norway is occupied by the Germans and many of its notable citizens are held as political prisoners.  Among those is Per Krogh one of Norway’s most influential painters. Over the course of his captivity, Per covers the walls of his cell with images of one of the important stories of his childhood, Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.  As the men of the prison camp fight to hold on to as much of their own humanity as possible, they turn to the stories of their youth.  As a means of entertainment and survival, they reenact these stories in their cell using whatever resources they have at their disposal.  The Boyg is a celebration of man’s ability to overcome adversity and a testament to the power of the arts to bring comfort in the darkest of moments.

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