WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU HAVE TO CROSS THE BRIDGE THAT YOU'VE BURNED?
Remember when Nora walked out and slammed the door behind her in Ibsen’s 1879 revolutionary masterpiece, A Doll’s House? Well, she’s back in Lucas Hnath’s bitingly funny, Tony-nominated sequel, A Doll’s House, Part 2. It’s 15 years later and Nora has come home to request an incredibly awkward favor from Torvald, the husband whom she abandoned. As long-simmering resentments boil over, she must navigate some hilarious and harrowing negotiations with her husband, their daughter Emmy, and their nanny Anne Marie, as we watch the woman who once up-ended the rules of marriage return to set the record straight. A must-see for theater-lovers and anyone who has ever tried to be married.
“Smart, funny and utterly engrossing”— The New York Times