Open Arts Stage and Shakespeare '70 are pleased to present Hedda Gabler.
What can a 19th-century Norwegian tragedy tell us about contemporary American society? This modern adaptation by Jon Robin Baitz answers that question. Through Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece, Baitz explores our greatest concerns - and exposes our greatest fears. Can true, selfless love really exist? What does it mean to be a part of society, and how can all of our actions, however slight, oppress our fellow human beings? Is it ultimately possible to achieve anything of significance?
Online ticket prices are: $16 adults, $13 seniors (65+), $13 Shakespeare ’70 Members, and $8 students, not including online processing fees. At the door, ticket prices are: $18 adults, $15 seniors (65+), $15 Shakespeare ’70 Members, and $10 students.
Directed by Michael Krahel
Hedda Tesman - Kayla McLaughlin
George Tesman - Frank Falisi
Julia Tesman - Susan Blair
Thea Elvsted - Heather Duncan
Judge Brack - Damian Gaeta
Eilert Lovborg - Ray Fallon
Berta - Jaclyn Wasneski
Director - Michael Krahel
Assistant Director - Sarah Stryker
Producer - Curt Foxworth
Producer - Lili Daniel
Stage Manager - Brittany Rivera
Assistant Stage Manager - Gwyneth Curbishley
Set Design - Alexa Logush
Costume Design - Brittany Rivera
Sound Design - Stephanie Schoppe