The cast explores the depth of the text with intelligence and energy.Arts Louisville
Fifteen years have passed since Nora slammed the door on her life as a wife and mother. Now she’s back, with an urgent request—one that leads to long-overdue reckonings. What does a woman owe her family? What does she owe herself? With biting wit, award-winning playwright Lucas Hnath (The Christians) examines marriage and motherhood, love and law—asking questions that are as resonant today as they were when Nora first appeared in Henrik Ibsen’s groundbreaking masterpiece more than a century ago.