Henrik Ibsen, whose name means "large, bearded curmudgeon" in Norwegian, has re-invented himself for the 21st Century. Join Ibsen and an assorted cast of theatre icons as they present an evening of Ibsenian dramas -- condensed, updated, and made funnier for modern audiences. A Doll's House is a Metaphor and I Hate Hedda are the culmination of over a hundred years of re-writes from beyond the grave.
(A Doll's House is a Metaphor and I Hate Hedda can also be performed separately.)
- 60 - 75 minutes
- 6 f, 13 m, 2 either (6-21 actors possible: 3-16 f, 3-15 m)
- Content Notes: Some mild adult language
- Set: A simple living room / family room in a modern home.
- Standard Edition ISBN: 978-1-62384-326-7