A Doll's House
by Different Stages

Apr. 23

A Doll's House by Ibsen, hugely controversial when first published and performed in Copenhagen in 1879, is about the unraveling of a family. Nora and Torvald Helmer believe they are happily married and on the brink of a blissful new phase of life: Torvald has been promoted to bank manager and their money worries are over. But Nora has a secret debt, incurred with good intentions and a forged signature, and with her husband's new power comes the threat of blackmail.


WHEN & 
WHERE:*
 



Tuesday April 23 7-8:30 PM 
(by appointment only) 
   
ROLES:



2 children-either 2 boys or 1 boy and 1 girl ages 5-7 
 
 
PRODUCTION DETAILS:
June 22 - July 13
Trinity Street Playhouse  
DIRECTOR:

Norman Blumensaadt

* AUDITION APPOINTMENTS:  INFORMATION::


 
Seeking a diverse cast!  All ethnicities are encouraged to audition. 
 
Actors are strongly urged to read the script before the auditions.
 
The child characters, Ivor, Bobby and Emmy appear once in Act One of A Doll's House.  See pages 21-27 of the Frank McGuiness translation:  
 
Some translations give the children lines--I have not made up my mind if I will do that yet.
 
I am casting either Ivor and Bobby OR Ivor and Emmy OR Bobby and Emmy.  The third child will be played as a baby.
 
Rehearsals will start mid May. Rehearsals are Monday to Thursday  7-10 and one rehearsal either Saturday afternoon or Sunday afternoon or evening. The children will be called to rehearsal once or twice a week until the last two weeks when it will be every day.