A Doll's House (Donmar Warehouse) Reviews
Description:On stage at Donmar Warehouse, 41 Earlham Street, Seven Dials , London WC2H 9LX. / This is a stage production adaptation ... more
Newest Review: ... House was first staged in 1879 in Denmark, and scandalised polite society (as all Ibsen's plays seem to have done. He was controversial. And miserable. By god, Ibsen's plays are miserable! Surely the man must have smiled once or twice in his life?) The problem for modern audiences is that the play was a scathing condemnation of the institution of marriage, which compared being a wife with ... more
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by - written on 11/06/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
The Donmar Warehouse in Covent Garden is currently staging a new version of Ibsen's play A Doll's House. It runs until July 18th and is well worth it if you can get tickets. The Royal Shakespeare Company last year had a huge hit by pairing Doctor Who and Captain Picard in Hamlet. So now the Donmar gives us Scully out of the X-Files and an earlier Doctor Who in one of Ibsen's better known plays. Not, perhaps, the blockbuster combo of the RSC, but a surefire crowd pleaser nonetheless. The Donmar is one of the best-established - and best - small theatres in the West End. It's within easy walking distance of Covent Garden or Leicester Square tube ... Read the complete review
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