Official announcement of Raquel Almazan being awarded as a New Georges Audrey Resident artist with New Georges Theatre. She is teamed up with director Miranda Haymon within an incredible cohort of female artists. Developing Does That Feel Good to you My Lark?: A Doll’s House Adaptation.
The worlds between parallel fact vs fiction diverge, as multiple endings collide when a multigenerational, multiracial ensemble of actors, three Noras and one very angry ghost venture to answer the question who really built A Doll’s House.
A woman attempts to piece her life together after a scandal with forgery, being institutionalized, possible divorce and estrangement from her children. Laura Keiler the “skylark”, wrote a sequel The Daughters of Brand to Henrik Iben’s verse tragedy Brand. When Laura’s husband Victor is diagnosed with tuberculosis, she calls on Henrik’s help to get her new book published in hopes to save her husband’s life. Ibsen responds by not aiding Laura but penning the infamous play, A Doll’s House. We travel through the inner workings of Keiler’s mind during her forced institutionalization in an asylum as she reshapes the narrative of the play that contributed towards the woman’s revolution; forcing Ibsen’s ghost to be held accountable for his actions.
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