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Written at a time when women’s empowerment in Europe and The United States was scandalous, Ibsen’s A Doll’s House seems to retain perpetual relevance. Certainly a noble idea. Our production will explore that relevance at a time when our audiences and particularly women, I think, might give the reaction, “no duh” to our protagonist’s moment of empowerment. Have we progressed far enough to dull its provocation, or can A Doll’s House continue to elicit needful empathy?
Thursday 4/21 and Thursday 4/28 are Name-Your-Price-Nights. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. *NO reservations needed & NO ticket needed* – just show up at the Carsen Theater for the show. Donations of any amount are accepted in lieu of purchasing a ticket.