The Broadway production of Lucas Hnath’ A Doll’s House, Part 2 bids farewell to three of its stars July 23. Laurie Metcalf, who won a Tony Award for her performance as Nora, takes her final bow at the John Golden Theatre, as do Chris Cooper and Condola Rashad.
Beginning July 25, fellow Tony winner Julie White will assume the role of Nora. Joining her will be Tony nominee Stephen McKinley Henderson, succeeding Cooper as Torvald, and Erin Wilhelmi, taking over the role of Emmy from Rashad.
Rounding out the cast is Tony winner Jayne Houdyshell, who continues performances as Anne Marie. Houdyshell, Cooper, and Rashad each earned Tony nominations for their work in Hnath’s comedic follow-up to Iben’s drama.
A Doll’s House, Part 2 picks up 15 years after the original, which ends with Nora closing the door on her family in a quest for independence. Now, following self-realized success, Nora returns home to confront her past in order to truly move on.
In addition to Metcalf’s win and nods for her three co-stars, the play received nominations for Best Play, Best Direction for Sam Gold, Best Costume Design for David Zinn, and Best Lighting Design for Jennifer Tipton.