This stunning and lyrical adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's "Little Eyolf," by award-winning playwright John Belluso, is the story of a determined father, his cynical wife, and their crippled child. The father, Alfred, returns from a writing expedition determined to be a better father to his crippled son, Eyolf. Alfred's wife, Rita, is unconvinced that anything will change, and is especially skeptical with the arrival of Alfred's adopted sister, who she views as a rival for her husband's affection. But when the ominous and mystical town legend "Rat Wife" appears, she leaves a tragedy in her wake that makes it impossible for anyone to move forward, without first confronting the demons of their past.
- 65 - 70 minutes
- 3 f, 3 m
- Content Notes: Adult language and content
- Set: Minimal.