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5 – 20 May 2007
Ibsen’s tale of mental claustrophobia in which the characters are haunted by ghosts – not of dead people but of dead ideas – is stylised with gothic horror.
The return of the prodigal son unveils ancient secrets and lies. Ibsen’s Gothic tale issues a warning to us all as history threatens to repeat itself. A play that reaches out across generations to haunt a contemporary audience.
"A dedicated cast in a powerful and moving production."
HELEN THOMSON, THE AGE
Written and Created by
MAY-BRIT AKERHOLT, LOUIS NOWRA
JAY BOWEN, MING-ZHU HII, BRUCE MYLES, ANDREA SWIFTE, JAMES WARDLAW
Theatre Works & The Branch Theatre Company present
By Henrik Ibsen
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