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Boston, MA 02115
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Before Thelma met Louise, before Rosie discovered riveting, there was Nora, one of the most shocking, scandalous and true-to-life female characters ever created. She begins Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House a blinkered housewife and mother, content to serve and adore her husband, the seemingly upright Torvald. But when she discovers that there's more to her marriage than meets the eye, she undergoes a transformation so earth-shaking, it continues to move audiences profoundly today. Maybe that's why this modernist masterpiece is still among most performed plays in the world. Now Huntington Theatre Company presents its bold take on Ibsen's powerful, groundbreaking drama -- in an acclaimed new translation by Bryony Lavery -- at Boston University Theatre.