A Dolls House Explores The Meaning Of Sacrifice

[Ibsen’s A Doll’s House begins as Infamous Commonwealth Theater begins its season long exploration of the meaning of “sacrifice.”  It’s a curious coincidence that while ICT brings Ibsen to the 1960s American feminist movement, Steppenwolf’s Garage Theater will showcase robots cavorting across the stage portraying Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler.  ICT’s second play exploring the meaning of sacrifice will be Lanford Wilson’s Vietnam war saga, The Fifth of July.]



By Henrik Ibsen
Adapted by Christopher Hampton
Directed by Chris Maher

Featuring Josh Atkins, Kate Cares, Stephen Dunn, Barbara Roeder Harris, Amanda Roeder, Mark Shallow and Genevieve Thompson

SAC-RI-FICE (noun): destruction or surrender of something for the sake of something else.

New York City, 1962. As America hovers on the cusp of a second-wave feminist movement whose effects are felt to this day, Nora Helmer is a woman lost. Her entire life, Nora has defined herself by what she is to others-daughter, mother, wife, friend. Now she lives in a beautiful home with a husband and children who adore her, yet often feel like strangers. But after a dark secret from the past comes back to haunt her, Nora is finally forced to face the underlying realities of her carefully constructed existence.

Preview on January 21 st, 8pm ($10)

January 22nd through February 27th
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 3:00pm

No show on Sunday, February 6th

Industry performance on Monday, February 7th, 8pm ($10)

The Greenhouse Theater Center at 2257 N. Lincoln Ave.

For ALL reservations, including subscribers, go through the Greenhouse Box Office at


Or visit their website at http://www.greenhousetheater.org/index.php/dollshouse

Tickets $20.00
$15 senior/student tickets are available for every performance (subject to availability) with proper ID.
$15 industry tickets are available on Thursdays and Sundays.
Offers may not be combined. Not available closing weekend.


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