A Doll's House, Part 2 by Lucas Hnath
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- Twilight Special:
- 30 under 30:
- Street 1
Who’s that knocking at the door?
15 years after slamming the door on her marriage, leaving her husband and children behind, Nora’s come home. A changed woman, she’s being blackmailed by a judge, and she has an incredibly awkward favour to ask of the people she abandoned.
Inspired by Henrik Ibsen’s groundbreaking 1879 classic A Doll’s House, US playwright Lucas Hnath’s Tony Award-nominated Broadway hit is a smart new comedy that raises fascinating questions about family, marriage, responsibility, and freedom of choice.
The Street’s Artistic Director Caroline Stacey directs an outstanding cast, in this expertly crafted, brilliant contemporary classic. And no, you didn’t need to see Part 1.
Don’t miss your chance to see the most produced, most talked about play in America.
"I’m not the same person who left through that door."
Director Caroline Stacey
Set and Costume Imogen Keen
Lighting Gerry Corcoran
Sound Kyle Sheedy
Contains coarse language. A Doll's House, Part 2 plays in approximately 90 minutes, with no intermission.
★★★★★"The best play of the Broadway season." New York Times
“Keeps you hanging on each turn of argument and twist of knife. It’s dynamite.” Time Out New York
“I want to do nothing but talk about A Doll’s House, Part 2 for the rest of my life.” Washington Post
“The breakthrough play that the theater world has been waiting for.” The New York Times
THE STREET PRESENTS
A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2
BY LUCAS HNATH
FRIDAY 14TH JUNE, 7:30PM (PREVIEW)
SATURDAY 15TH JUNE, 7:30PM (OPENING)
TUESDAY 18TH JUNE, 6:30PM (TWILIGHT SPECIAL)
WEDNESDAY 19TH JUNE, 6:30PM (TWILIGHT SPECIAL)
THURSDAY 20TH JUNE, 7:30PM
FRIDAY 21ST JUNE, 7:30PM
SATURDAY 22ND JUNE, 7:30PM
SUNDAY 23RD JUNE, 4PM
GROUP 6+ $47
30 UNDER 30 $30 *CONDITIONS APPLY
TWILIGHT SPECIAL $45
STREET ONE | RESERVED SEATING | 90 MINUTES, NO INTERVAL
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