Adam Cook will be adapting and directing Henrik Ibsen’s classic play A Doll’s House as part of the Seymour Centre’s Reginald Season.

One of the masterpieces of 19th-century theatre, Cook’s adaptation will explore just how much – or how little – times have changed since the play first premiered to huge controversy in 1879, with its bold vision of feminist self-hood and rediscovery.

 

Featuring a strong lineup of Australian talent, including Matilda Ridgway, Doug Hansell, Barry French and Francesca Savige, Doll’s House will follow up from Cook’s critically acclaimed Much Ado About Nothing last year. 

A Doll’s House will run from Monday July 17 to Saturday August 2 at the Seymour Centre. Full details and prices are up on the Seymour Centre website

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