A Doll's House
Hip Obscurity is at it again, with this adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's classic "A Doll's House." We've adapted it and set it in 1958, on the cusp of the Feminist Revolution!
Nora Helmer seems like the seminal 1950's housewife and mother, but lurking beneath the surface is a secret that she will sacrifice everything to keep. When push comes to shove, what is more important: one's family or oneself?
Directed and Adapted by Anthony Castellano
Jessica Cermak as Nora Helmer
Perri Yaniv as Torvald Helmer
Kimberly Woodman as Christine Linde
Nathaniel Freymuth as Nils Krogstad
Alban Merdani as Dr. Rank
and Melissa Scott as Anne, the Maid
Choreography by Janet Duran
Lighting Design by Christina Watanabe
Costume Design by Michelle Tarantina
Sound Design by Ien DeNio
Properties by Tammy Hurtado
Hip Obscurity is a theater company exploring issues of gender, sexuality and self-identity as lived in the everyday. We seek to confound the commonly-held belief that these issues are obscure or outside the average experience. By exploring new works as well as established texts, we hope to create a collaborative environment for our audience and fellow artists in which we can explore, subvert, and confront these issues.
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American Theatre of Actors
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New York, NY 10040
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