HEDDA GABLER by Henrik Ibsen, trans. by Brian Friel
"Hedda is an antiheroine for the ages. She's mean at the beginning and even meaner at the end," according to Christopher Isherwood of the New York Times. But wait! Is Hedda not fully justified in her behavior, as a brilliant woman living in a limiting and narrow-minded world? The debate over Hedda is as topical today as when it was written in 1890.
Runs September 11-October 5 (Sept. 11 is a preview.)
Thursdays are pay-what-you-will, at the door only, and subject to availability
Main Stage West (View)
104 N. Main Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472