Winning four Tony Awards may lead to a A Doll's House extending its stay on Broadway.
On June 1 the revival of Henrik Ibsen's drama walked away with four Tonys: Best Revival of a Play, Best Leading Actress in a Play (Janet McTeer); Best Featured Actor in a Play (Owen Teale), Best Director of a Play (Anthony Page).
Discussions are underway to extend the production's run in the U.S., according to production spokesperson Barbara Carol.
Actors Equity Association, the American actors' union, limits how long British actors may recreate their London performances in the U.S. Right now, the produces could keep the play running, but would have to put American actors into the roles currently played by Tony-winners Janet McTeer and Owen Teale, and the rest of the London cast.
As of now the production is still scheduled to close July 26.ion.