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A Doll's House archiveFirst performed in Copenhagen in 1879. Christmas Eve. Excitement and love filled the Helmer's apartment. Nora is her husband's cherished 'songbird' and the romance of their marriage has been played out over the years. But beneath the carefree surface of their lives, the secret of how Nora saved her husband's life begins to emerge. Tension increases as the characters react against one another and this taut and gripping drama ends as Nora demands her right to individual freedom. One of the great landmark plays of the nineteenth century.

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Author: Henrik Ibsen

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Archive listings for A Doll's House (2023)

Work type: Play. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see A Doll's House

T785440351

Tanika Gupta transposes the setting of Ibsen's classic play to India in 1879 where 'Nora'., now Niru, is an Indian woman married to 'Torvald', now Tom, an Englishman working for the British Colonial Administration in Calcutta. Niru risks her own reputation in order to save her husband's and in the process discovers herself. This new version of A Doll's House takes a fresh look at the play, shining a light on British colonial history and race relations as well as gender politics and class, enabling an analysis of different forms of subjugation and servitude.Adapted by Tanika Gupta. Director Olivia Chakraborty. Design Ryan Webster. Costume Olivia Chakraborty. Costume Christina Bowmaker. Costume Lynda Twidale. Lighting Nick Insley. Sound Reiyang Yang. Stage ManagerJack Pattison. Director Krishmeela Rittoo (assistant). Stage ManagerValentina Moretti (assistant). Performer Vaishnavi CG (Niru). Performer Micky Gibbons (Tom). Performer Arthur Davies (Dr Rank). Performer Nina Ali (Uma). Performer Janak Nirmal (Das). Performer Rachana Reddy (Mrs Lahiri). Performer Nirmal Chohan (voice of Masterji).
27 Sep 23 to 7 Oct 23Tower Theatre, Outer London :: V249
listing details L0902692714

T0391912023

India. 1879. Can a wife break free from the shackles of societal expectations? This striking reimaging of Ibsen's classic play is set in Calcutta during British colonialist rule. Niru, a young Bengali woman, is married to English bureaucrat Tom. To him, she is a prize possession, a doting wife whose purpose is to serve. But when she takes agency of her own, how will he respond?Presented byQuestors Theatre. Adapted by Tanika Gupta.
24 Feb 23 to 4 Mar 23Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L0584422072

Other listings

16 Nov 23 to 18 Nov 23Merlin Theatre, Frome :: V916
listing details L0643425640

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