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- by Henrik Ibsen
- directed by Azar Kazemi
This new adaptation of Ibsen’s late 19th century touchstone drama features one of the most thought-provoking heroines of the stage. At once idealistic and poisonous, newlywed Hedda Gabler is disillusioned in a life she finds boring and unfulfilling after the loss of her father. In this production, director Azar Kazemi seeks to illuminate Hedda’s unspoken grief as it dismantles her expected place in the world
- February 10, 2011 - February 19, 2011
- Previews : 2/9 & 2/10
- GREENHOUSE THEATER CENTER
- (312) 922-1999
- The cast features
Adam Brown (Tesman), Joseph Flynn (Loyborg), Aislinn Kerchaert (Berte), Allison Martone (Aunt Julia), Bridget Schreiber (Hedda), Alex Seeley (Judge Brack), and Lisandra Tena (Thea).
The production team includes scenic design by Rachael Claxton,costume design by Cara Adams, lighting design by Noah Hayman,sound design by Mike Ross,dramaturgy by Mitchel Civello & Jacob Shuler, andstage management by Liz Fiala.