||GHOSTS by Henrik Ibsen
|Venue||Globe Theatre, 104 London Street, Dunedin, New Zealand|
|First Date||11th May 2017|
|Opening Night||11th May 2017|
|Last Date||20th May 2017|
|Primary Genre||Theatre - Spoken Word|
|Buchan, Kimberley||Kimberley Buchan||Actor||Regine Engstrand||Regina|
|Ensor, Nigel||Nigel Ensor||Actor||Jacob Engstrand|
|Hardie, Emmett||Emmett Hardie||Actor||Pastor Manders|
|Hilder, Reuben||Reuben Hilder||Actor||Osvald Alving|
|MacTavish, Terry||Terry MacTavish||Actor||Mrs. Helene Alving|
|Eyre, Richard||Richard Eyre||Adaptation|
|Petherbridge, Louise||Louise Petherbridge||Assistant Director|
|Fleury, Ray||Ray Fleury||Designer||Set build|
|Petherbridge, Louise||Louise Petherbridge||Director|
|Storey, Craig||Craig Storey||Lighting Designer|
|Ibsen, Henrik, ||Henrik Ibsen||Playwright|
|Storey, Craig||Craig Storey||Sound Designer|
|Production Nationality||New Zealand|
|Further Information||From the theater's website:
Directed by Louise Petherbridge, the Globe presents Richard Eyre’s recent and acclaimed adaptation of this Ibsen 1881 classic. Extraordinarily outspoken for its time, “Ghosts” was rejected by the late 19th century establishment. This was hardly surprising at it was its ideas and morals that Ibsen was questioning. Now it is regarded as one of his finest works but it has lost none of the power of its message, the drama in its relationships, or the challenges it places before the audience.
There will be an audience Q and A session with cast and crew after the matinee on Sunday 14 May.
Production Manager Keith Scott.
Stage Manager Thomas Makinson.|