By Henrik Ibsen
New Adaptation by Kirsten Brandt and Anne-Charlotte Hanes Harvey
From a Platform Translation by Anne-Charlotte Hanes Harvey
Feb. 24-26, 2022 | 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 26-27, 2022 | 2 p.m.
Written in 1879 about the hypocrisies of Victorian middle-class marriage, the play’s scandalous conclusion was so shocking it produced protests and pressure on the playwright to create an alternative ending. While the play may not be as explosive today, the struggles of Torvold and Nora Helmer to navigate the role of husband and wife and the conflict between social conventions and what Ibsen called a “true marriage” – these issues remain timeless. The play is brilliantly plotted and still disturbing as its characters grapple with the opposing passions of love and truth, honor and betrayal.
$10 - Seniors
$5 - Students/Children
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