NOORRRRAAAAAAAA

NOORRRRAAAAAAAA

»And you swear you didn't know / No wonder why you didn't ask« (Billie Eilish) - Henrik Ibsen’s drama A Doll’s House follows the story of a relationship, of a family, which goes to pieces because its protagonists, Nora and Torvald, are incapable of speaking openly with each other. It is the social-systemic, intimate and economic dependencies which make that impossible for them until right before then end, when Nora confronts her husband, voices their first direct words and, in the end, leaves her family – heading into an uncertain future.
With the help of the reactivation of classic texts, director Leonie Böhm works on direct and open interactions in which those involved are empowered to assume responsibility for their speech and actions. In her Gorki debut, together with actors Svenja Liesau and Julia Riedler, she poses the question of what the possible solutions may be when interpersonal communication is poisoned – just leaving it all behind or trying everything to perhaps make the wonderful thing happen after all?

Photo: Esra Rotthoff

Based on
Henrik Ibsen
Directed by
Leonie Böhm
Sun
19:30
Bühne

Premiere

Anschl. Premierenparty

With English surtitles

Premiere


Anschl. Premierenparty

With English surtitles

Thu
19:30
Bühne

With English surtitles


With English surtitles

Thu
19:30
Bühne

With English surtitles


With English surtitles

Thu
19:30
Bühne

With English surtitles


With English surtitles

Cast

Svenja Liesau

Julia Riedler