Event A Doll's House
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DescriptionA Doll's House is the most controversial play of the 19th century which addressed the importance of the "spirituality of marriage and the equal right of soul-independence for a woman as for a man".
VenueBondi Pavilion, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach, Australia
First Date18th June 2002
Opening Night20th June 2002
Last Date29th June 2002
StatusProfessional cooperative
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre
Organisations
Contributors
SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Fabrizi, MarcelloMarcello FabriziActor
Hoare, BelindaBelinda HoareActor
Michel, DavidDavid MichelActor
Pellow, AshlieAshlie PellowActor
Ritchie, NicolNicol RitchieActor
Hoare, EileenEileen HoareAssistant Director
Bowles, ChandiceChandice BowlesCostume Designer
Lau, AliceAlice LauDesigner
Hoare, EileenEileen HoareDirector
Capenhurst, NigelNigel CapenhurstLighting Designer
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Vicary, JamesJames VicarySound Designer
Works
Production NationalityAustralia
Performance language
Further Informationnt 690 English Previews on 18 and 19 June 2002. Source: AusStage Gateway to the Performing Arts.
Event Identifier75349