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The Wild Duck archiveA happy family is thrown into disarray by the arrival of an idealist, in Ibsen's 1884 drama. Should the truth be pursued, whatever the cost? The idealistic son of a wealthy businessman seeks to expose his father's duplicity and to free his childhood friend from the lies on which his happy home life is based.

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Author: Henrik Ibsen
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Archive listings for The Wild Duck

Work type: Play.

T0873529569

Producer Almeida Theatre. Adapted by Robert Icke. Director Robert Icke. Design Bunny Christie. Lighting Elliot Griggs. Sound Tom Gibbons. Director Julia Horan (casting director). Performer Nicholas Day. Performer Grace Doherty. Performer Nicholas Farrell. Performer Andrea Hall. Performer Kevin Harvey. Performer Edward Hogg. Performer Lyndsey Marshall. Performer Clara Read. Performer Rick Warden.
15 Oct 18 to 1 Dec 18Almeida Theatre, West End :: V166
listing details L1719655510

T01430920281

Young Australian director Simon Stone reimagines Ibsen's The Wild Duck for the modern stage with a taut new script and a leading Australian cast. Hjalmar lives in a flat with his wife, senile father, visually impaired daughter and a duck. He's reasonably content, until his old friend Gregers returns to town, armed with disturbing revelations that threaten to blow their lives apart. Set within a glass enclosure, the action is accentuated, unfolding in rapid, unpredictable scenes. Driven by a superb ensemble, this is a work of immediacy and emotive power.Presented byBelvoir Sydney (after Henrik Ibsen). Adapted by Simon Stone. Adapted by Chris Ryan. Director Simon Stone. Design Ralph Myers. Costume Tess Schofield. Lighting Niklas Pajanti. Sound Stefan Gregory.
23 Oct 14 to 1 Nov 14Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L1695838206

T977952438

Producer Donmar Warehouse. Adapted by David Eldridge. Director Michael Grandage. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Neil Austin. Performer Ben Daniels (Gregers Werle). Performer Paul Hilton. Performer William Gaunt. Performer Nicholas Le Prevost. Performer Susan Brown. Performer Peter Eyre. Performer Michelle Fairley. Performer Sinead Matthews. Performer John Atterbury. Performer Peter Caulfield. Performer Sean Jackson. Performer Richard Syms.
8 Dec 05 to 18 Feb 06Donmar Warehouse, West End :: V389
listing details L1190262697

T0391508072

Company Abbey Theatre. Director Laszlo Marton. Design Csorsz Khell. Costume Joan O'Clery. Lighting Paul Keogan. Performer Steve Blount. Performer Denis Conway. Performer David Gorry. Performer Andrea Irvine. Performer Vincent McCabe. Performer Chris McHallem. Performer Frank McCusker. Performer Eleanor Methven. Performer Des Nealon. Performer Joe Neal. Performer Judith Roddy.
3 Jul 03 to 16 Aug 03The Abbey Theatre, Dublin :: V01247620447
listing details L01336308909

T1113323185

Company Oxford School of Drama.
28 May 02 to 1 Jun 02Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801
listing details L1487482736

T1718865608

Company Traffic of the Stage. Director Harry Meacher. Design Caron Wilson. Costume Caron Wilson. Lighting Alexander Holt. Performer Stephen Dunbar. Performer Gregers Werle. Performer Alfred Hoffman. Performer John Fairfoul. Performer Gina Ekdal. Performer Lucille Barclay. Performer Gina Feitelson. Performer Silas Hawkins. Performer Lucien Morgan.
8 Aug 01 to 26 Aug 01Pentameters, Inner London :: V217
listing details L01334217405

T535461059

Translation James McFarlane. Director John Turner.
9 Oct 99 to 16 Oct 99Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L01271771699

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