by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Margaret E. Hall

February 13, 14, 15, 2015 (Fri.-Sun.)Nora and Torvald Helmer seem to have everything—a loving marriage, beautiful children, and a secure financial future with Torvald’s new job at the bank. But Nora has long kept a secret, and when an unexpected Christmas Eve visitor threatens to reveal it, their idyllic life suddenly stands in danger of being destroyed forever. More than a century after it was written, Ibsen’s groundbreaking masterpiece about marriage, money and self-fulfillment remains both gripping and surprisingly relevant.

Director: Margaret E. Hall is an international director, Actors’ Equity (AEA) Stage Manager and drama teacher. Currently, she serves as Assistant to the Artistic Director at Capital Repertory Theatre, where her most recent directorial credits include: An Iliad, Harriet Tells It Like It Is, and The Remarkable and Perplexing Case of Henry Hudson. Upcoming projects include: Pure Poe and They Built America. Margaret holds a BA in Theatre Arts from SUNY New Paltz and an MFA in Theatre Directing from the University of Essex in London.

Steamer No. 10 Theatre, 500 Western Ave, Albany, NY. ( Map )
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3:00 PM.