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Thank you!

Thank you to our patrons, cast, and crew for making A Doll’s House so wonderful!

Henrik Ibsen’s classic play, A Doll’s House, sent shock waves around the world when it premiered in Copenhagen in 1879, and has long been considered a hallmark of early feminism.  This contemporary translation by Frank McGuinness renders the troubled marriage of Nora and Torvald with compassionate realism that is sure to touch the heart even as it raises complicated social questions that are still relevant today.

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By Henrik Ibsen

Adapted by Frank McGuinness

Directed by Theresa May

Portrait and poster artwork by Seattle artist Kimberly White


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