A co-production between Actor’s Express and Aurora Theatre.

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PLAYWRIGHT

Lucas Hnath

DIRECTOR

Freddie Ashley

Synopsis

Fifteen years ago, Nora Helmer made the shocking decision to leave her husband and family, setting out on a new independent life. Now she has come home, knocking on the same door she slammed shut a decade and a half earlier – arriving with a request for an impossible favor from her husband. Long-simmering resentments boil over in an intellectual and comedic slugfest about ideas, love – and the rights of women in the modern world. The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, W Magazine and Time Out New York all called A Doll’s House, Part 2 "the best play of the Broadway season."

Smart, funny and utterly engrossing. The New York Times
Invigorating! The New Yorker
Humor abounds. Entertainment Weekly
  • ADHP2 - NORA
  • ADHP2 - Nora and Torvald
  • ADHP2 - Nora Floor
  • ADHP2 - Nora and Anne Marie
  • ADHP2 - Nora and Emmy
  • ADHP2 - Nora and Torvald 2

Cast & Creative Team

Running Time

1 HOURS AND 30 MINUTES WITH NO INTERMISSION

Content Advisory

Contains adult situations.

Performances

Director's Rough Cut
August 29 at 8 pm
Previews
August 30 & 31 at 8 pm
Opening Night
September 1 at 8 pm
Regular Performances
September 1 - 30
Wednesdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
Sundays at 2 pm


See calendar for exact performance dates & times.

From the audience

From the Critics

"Lois talks with Freddie Ashley and Tess Malis Kincaid." Wabe90 1 Color Updated WABE'S CITY LIGHTS WITH LOIS REITZES Kevin Rinker,
"Actor’s Express makes a relevant riff on a feminist classic with “A Doll’s House, Part 2”" Artsatl Logo ArtsATL Curt Holman,
". . . funny and compelling piece of theatre." Atlantatheatrebuzzlogo Atlanta Theatre Buzz Brad Rudy,
" . . . startling and funny . . . witty, provocative dialogue . . . expertly directed by Freddie Ashley." atlanta-intown-logo Atlanta INtown Manning Harris,