Hedda Gabler

Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society

By Henrik Ibsen
Adaptation by Patrick Marber
Directed by Margaret Gleason
Produced by Advait Arun

Henrik Ibsen's most famous anti-heroine has fascinated audiences for over 120 years in this captivating play that defined modern psychological drama. Set in a changing 20th-century Europe, this modern adaptation finds a young Hedda trapped in a loveless marriage. To compound her misery, the comfortable lifestyle she had dreamt of is threatened by the return of her former lover, now a promising academic in competition with her new husband. Desperate to maintain what little agency over her life she still has, Hedda begins to manipulate those around her, with tragic results. Hedda Gabler is a masterclass on the dangers of power, as it explores themes of pain, lust, co-dependency, and love. 

POULTON HALL, STAGE III
$12 GENERAL | $8 STUDENT 

Thursday, February 13 at 8:00pm

More dates through February 22, 2020

Poulton Hall, Stage III
1421 37th St., N.W., Washington

Event Type

Theater, Special Events, Community, Student Events

Audience

Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, Public

Departments

Georgetown College, Performing Arts

Website

https://performingarts.georgetown.edu

Cost

$12 general, $8 student

Presenter

Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society

Open to the public and the press?

Yes

Event Contact Name

Department of Performing Arts Ticket Office

Event Contact Email

callagyboxoffice@georgetown.edu

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