by SAMUEL ADAMSON
8 October – 2 November 2024
“The truth is we have to give up parts of ourselves if we want to be with someone.”
A love-letter to the power of theatre, and a decade-hopping investigation into marriage, queerness and gender.
Daisy is at a crossroads. Her moral compass tells her to go one way, society the other. What she chooses to do next will have consequences not just for her and her husband, but for four couples over the next ninety years.
With Ibsen’s classic drama of marital discord, A Doll’s House, as its unifying device, the play ranges across the fifties, the eighties, the present and the future.
We meet intertwined characters, gay and straight, over generations, all invested in some way with the concept of ‘wife’, Ibsen’s rebellious Nora being the benchmark against which they judge themselves.
“Challenging and thought-provoking, brimming with pathos, politics and laugh-out-loud moments” Diva Magazine
Director Darrin Redgate
To be announced
Preview Tue 8 Oct 7:30pm
Opening Night Wed 9 Oct 7:30pm
Thu – Sat 7:30pm, Sun 2pm
Final performance Sat 2 Nov 2pm
Running time: to be advised
Please note: latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance
Concessions, Groups (6+) $32
New Theatre Members $25
Thrifty Thursdays $25
Patrons please note: New Theatre is now EFTPOS-only
at Front of House for both ticket and bar sales.
COVID- Safe protocols:
QR code and vaccination checks are no longer required.
Face masks are not mandatory, but recommended.
Main image: © NeydtStock/Shutterstock