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A Doll House
February 5 - 26, 2006
By Henrik Ibsen
Translated by William Archer

Adapted and Directed by Peter Hinton
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“There are two kinds of spiritual laws and two kinds of consciences – one for men
and one for women. They do not understand each other, but in the practical matters of life
women are judged by men's law, as if they were not women, but men.” - Henrik Ibsen

Denmark, 19th century, all seems well between Nora Helmer, a middle-class wife and mother, and Torvald, her banker husband. In the midst of the holiday season, Nora goes on a shopping spree celebrating Torvald’s recent promotion. But Nora, seemingly carefree, made a mistake; a fact she holds secret that could potentially destroy the happy home. Torvald's angry response sets into motion a series of events that call the very validity of their marriage into question, causing Nora to make a controversial choice that continues to be debated by audiences to this day.


Sunday-@-the Segal
February 5, 2006


Presents
Sunday-@-the Saidye

with Errol Durbach



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