By Henrik Ibsen.
Directed by Gwenefer Roskilly.
This is the story of Nora, loving wife and doting mother in a middle class household, seemingly content. Nora loves her husband above everything. But when she risks her reputation in order to save him, the consequences force her to examine her devotion and she finds herself struggling for her own life. As the lies that Nora has told, and the risks that she has taken to protect her husband are exposed, they are forced to question just how perfect their marriage really is. Now, it seems, only a miracle will set them free.
Ibsen’s ground-breaking play created a huge sensation at its première in 1879 and is as fresh and pertinent as ever, with an unfailing capacity to shock. A Doll's House challenges perceptions of female roles, and gives voice to female repression.
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