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A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

Chantelle Jamieson stares wistfully to camera, dressed in an all black dress.
Where
Ensemble Theatre
Ensemble Theatre
78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli NSW 2061
When

Every day, 8pm to 9pm Friday 10 June to Saturday 16 July

Cost

Starting from: $38

To the world, Nora Helmer has it all. A well-respected husband, an immaculate home and three darling children. But underneath the façade of a confident modern woman juggling her life, lies a secret. Or two. When an old ghost comes knocking on the Helmer’s door, their seemingly solid marriage is shaken to the core.

Chantelle Jamieson (KILLING KATIE: CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK CLUB) fiercely steps into the shoes of one of the most iconic female characters in dramatic history. Through a contemporary lens, Joanna Murray-Smith has superbly adapted Ibsen’s classic about throwing open the door to life’s possibilities.

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