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Henrik Ibsen (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈhɛnɾɪk ˈɪpsən]; 20 March 1828 – 23 May 1906) was a major 19th-century Norwegian playwright, theatre director, and poet. He is often referred...

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  • ‘A Master Builder' is mind numbing mumblecore madness

      News Source: New York Post | 12 hours ago
    A Master Builder Andre Gregory rehearsed his stage production of Henrik Ibsen's play for over than a decade. You'd think that would have been long enough to come up with some blocking. But while the actors seldom do anything more strenuous than lean
  • In Master Builder, Wallace Shawn is Mercurial to the Max

      News Source: Village Voice | 1 day ago
    In Master Builder , Wallace Shawn is Mercurial to the Max Shawn, Gregory, and Demme make beauty with Ibsen Abramorama Wallace Shawn and Emily McDonnell, getting through another day. You might say that actor and theater director Andre Gregory creates
  • Top five critics' picks

      News Source: The Age | 7 days ago
    A Doll's House , Henrik Ibsen's 1879 drama  of intrigue, fraud and betrayal, is a strikingly modern depiction of a marriage undone by inequality. Adam Cook directs this period-set production starring Matilda Ridgway as Nora, Douglas Hansell as her
  • Hedda Gabler review gender-bending restaging of Ibsen falls flat

      News Source: The Guardian | 21 days ago
    Ellis Parrinder Perhaps it's the Simon Stone effect. The famed director formerly at Belvoir St Theatre and now one of Australia's top theatrical exports has reinvented the way productions are staged in this country. In his wake, it seems almost every
  • Slide Show: Summer movies for grown-ups

      News Source: MarketWatch | 1 month ago
    But the good news is that blockbusters aimed at teens are no longer the only options. Here, from Next Avenue's , is a guide to the many cinematic options this summer that feature themes and actors we can relate to, including The Love Punch and Words
  • Plays young and old from Pulitzer winner now in L.A.

      News Source: Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles | 1 month ago
    Photo by Michael Lamont Playwright Donald Margulies favors dark themes, such as loss, grief and the often painful legacies parents transmit to their children, as well as the struggles of the successful or unfulfilled artist. His The Model Apartment (
  • Ghosts review  a stilted take on Ibsen's anger

      News Source: The Guardian | 2 months ago
    Ben Pfeiffer (Oswald Alving) and Linda Cropper (Helene Alving) in Melbourne theatre company's production of Ghosts. Photograph: Jeff Busby Ghosts, which has opened in a Melbourne Theatre Company production adapted and directed by Gale Edwards ,
  • Your Weekend Brisbane May 16, 17, 18 | 2014

      News Source: Sydney Morning Herald | 2 months ago
    A Tribute of Sorts  For something completely different get along to QTC's Bille Brown Studio theatre for this quirky intimate show of the rare hilarious and damaged variety...Anywhere Theatre Festival for Kids  Children can join in the madcap fun of


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