It’s Hedda like you’ve never seen her.
Hedda is trapped in a new home with a new husband. She spends her time manipulating those around her and denying her pregnancy. But when old acquaintances come knocking on the Tesman’s door, the next two days are spent unraveling the past, evading the future, and firing General Gabler’s infamous pistols.
Hedda Gabler examines gender roles and social constructs, and it shows us what may have happened had Nora never left home at the end of A Doll’s House. Through Patrick Marber’s fresh adaptation, magical realism and a few well placed balloons, we strive to show how relevant this 132 year old play really is.