Reviews are in for Nora: A Doll’s House, now open at the Young Vic Theatre in London. Stef Smith’s adaptation of the Ibsen play sends the title character on a time-traveling mission, exploring how far women’s rights have progressed in the last 100 years.
The play re-frames the drama in three different time periods: the women’s suffrage movement, the Swinging '60s in London, and present day. The play was recently named a finalist for the 2020 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.
Directed by Elizabeth Freestone, the production stars Mark Arends, Natalie Klamar, Luke Norris, Amaka Okafor, Anna Russell-Martin, Zephryn Taitte.
Read what critics had to say below.
Serving on the creative team are set and costume designer Tom Piper, lighting designer Lee Curran, composer and sound designer Michael John McCarthy, movement director EJ Boyle, fight director Kev McCurdy, vocal coach Jeannette Nelson, and casting director Sophie Parrott.
Performances are scheduled through March 21.