Hedda Gabler is one of Ibsen’s most iconic plays. The portrayal of a woman trapped by society, her station, her body and her mind. The heart-to-heart play of 19th century realism will be brought to life in the parlour of the 1895 Dalnavert Museum with a version by Per Brask.
"Oh, I'm just shooting into the blue sky."
Limited ticket availability. For more detailed information, please, follow this link. Warning: gunshot sound effects, themes of self-harm.