IMG_8512.jpg

A Doll's House 

 

by Henrik Ibsen

     Set in a Norwegian town towards the end of the 19th century, this theatrical phenomenon by Henrik Ibsen follows the fate of Nora Helmer, a married woman with limited opportunities for self fulfillment in a male dominated society.  It explores the relevant themes of identity, femininity, marriage, parenthood, and selfishness. We're thrilled to be presenting this somewhat twisted, yet funny and poignant drama this coming holiday season. 

Directed by Craig R. Johnson

At the James J. Hill House | 240 Summit Ave., St. Paul, MN 55102

Dates: December 1st, 3rd, 4th, 8th, and 10th @ 7:30pm

VIDEOS

See what Craig and the cast has to say about "A Doll's House!" Dec 1-10 at the James J. Hill House in St. Paul, MN. Tickets onsale at www.orchardtheatercollective.org
A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen gets a refreshing new take by The Orchard Theater Collective! Adapted and directed by Craig Johnson and performed at the historic James J. Hill in St. Paul, MN, this exciting drama opens December 1st. For tickets and info, visit www.orchardtheatercollective.org.

ENSEMBLE

NORA HELMER.....................Mackenzie Shaw

TORVALD HELMER...............Damian Leverett

HELENE..................................Diana Jurand

CHRISTINE LINDE................Anna Leverett

DR. RANK...............................Antonio Gonzalez-Luna

NILS KROGSTAD..................Ben Shaw

CREATIVE TEAM

DIRECTOR............................Craig Johnson

CHOREOGRAPHER..............Meredith Casey

STAGE MANAGER............... Ben Swenson-Klatt

LIGHTING DESIGNER......... Dietrich Poppen

COSTUME DESIGN............. Carolann Winther

REVIEWS

"If you're looking for an anti-holiday show in this busy #TCTheater holiday* month, a little bitter to balance out the sometimes overwhelming sweet of the season, look no further than Ibsen's masterpiece A Doll's House."

            Read Cherry and Spoon's review

IMG_7846.jpg

"What a tremendous selection for the Orchard’s first public venture, and a stellar adaptation at that. I can’t wait to see what they do next." 

 

 

 

            Read Aisle Say--Twin Cities review