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Cost: Cost: $20 standard, $10 UCF ID
by Henrik Ibsen
A new adaptation by Jon Robin Baitz
From a literal translation by Anne-Charlotte Hanes Harvey
If this production were a movie, it would be rated PG-13. For more details about the content of this show, please visit our Content Advisory page
A spellbinding drama of revenge, manipulation, sexual repression, deceit, and despair, climaxing in an ending that never fails to shock and surprise.
"…stunning…amazingly contemporary in its considerations of the purpose of life, of the preservation of dignity and integrity…the big issues people don't dare to think about." —N.Y. Times.
"When Henrik Ibsen…wrote HEDDA GABLER 110 years ago, a woman's place in society was far different from what it is today. The fact that this psychological drama plays as well now as it did a century ago is apt tribute to the sheer genius of the playwright." —Record-Journal.
Original Broadway Production produced by Randall L. Wreghitt Harriet Newman Leve Gallin Productions USA Ostar Theatricals
in association with Bay Street Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival
East Coast Premiere at Williamstown Theatre Festival & Bay Street Theatre, Summer 2000
Originally Produced by Geffen Playhouse (Gilbert Cates, Producing Director; Lou Moore, Managing Director) Los Angeles, 1999
Hedda Gabler is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York
Please join us following the performance on opening night for a post-show reception.