"(A Doll’s House) is a smart play that is both intriguing and provocative... the most believable and engaging acting came from the two lead female characters, Katelyn Hoffman as Nora and Kathryn Grace Philbrook as Mrs. Linde. In Hoffman's subtly controlled expressions of anger and joy, I sensed the withheld fury of a woman held prisoner by circumstances. The range of expressions by Philbrook and by Olson as Krogstad, the most complex character in the play, were both noteworthy… I loved the beautifully layered blue-lighted backdrop (design by Olson), and I loved the equally beautiful white dress that Nora wore… Both A Doll's House and Ghosts are plays that are historically important and that intelligently and dramatically depict the evolution of relationships between the sexes. These are plays that should be seen." - Alec Clayton (The Weekly Volcano)
A double dose of Ibsen "A Doll's House" at Dukesbay Theater - The Weekly Volcano
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