Event Nora
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DescriptionNora Helmer is one of those iconic fictional characters who has taken on a life of her own. In 1879, at the end of Henrik Ibsen’s new play A Doll’s House, she did the unthinkable: she walked out the front door of the house she lived in with her husband and children, slammed the door behind her, and left. In 2014, Nora’s dilemma remains the same: how much will a woman put up with and why? And what is the alternative? Kit Brookman and Anne-Louise Sarks’ update of Ibsen’s resounding play sets Nora’s story here and now, beginning with Ibsen’s tale.
VenueBelvoir St. Theatre Upstairs, 25 Belvoir Street, Surry Hills, Australia
First Date9th August 2014
Last Date14th September 2014
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre
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Contributors
SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Best, BlazeyBlazey BestActor
Challenor, TobyToby ChallenorActor
Cropper, LindaLinda CropperActor
Dauphinee, FinnFinn DauphineeActor
Gregg, IndiannaIndianna GreggActor
Ryan, DamienDamien RyanActor
Strybosch, AvaAva StryboschActor
Brookman, KitKit BrookmanAdaptation
Sarks,, Anne-LouiseAnne-Louise Sarks,Adaptation
Sarks,, Anne-LouiseAnne-Louise Sarks,Assistant Director
Ryall, KellyKelly RyallComposer
Page, MelMel PageCostume Designer
Howell, MargMarg HowellDesigner
Sarks,, Anne-LouiseAnne-Louise Sarks,Director
Jackson, PaulPaul JacksonLighting Designer
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
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Production NationalityAustralia
Performance languageEnglish
Event Identifier91397