Henrik Ibsen

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Noun1.Henrik Ibsen - realistic Norwegian author who wrote plays on social and political themes (1828-1906)Henrik Ibsen - realistic Norwegian author who wrote plays on social and political themes (1828-1906)
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The play was The Doll's House and the author was Henrik Ibsen.
Some days after the vision of the hotel by night she was sitting alone, sunk in an arm-chair, reading a brightly-covered red volume lettered on the back Works of Henrik Ibsen .
Summary: As a play based on Henrik Ibsen's 1881 masterpiece Ghosts is staged this weekend, the age-old debate leaves a lot to think about
The performance was of Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen. It had been abridged for children and was narrated by David Carr and conducted by James Ross.
The book by Paul Binding, of Bishop's Castle, has been described by one critic as "a stylish and slightly outrageous reworking of themes from Henrik Ibsen's The Lady From The Sea".
The exhibition takes its title from a play written by Henrik Ibsen in 1879.
The company has signed a 5-year lease agreement for two floors of the new Henrik Ibsen Building.
Like Henrik Ibsen, the Norwegian playwright after whom the award is named, Marthaler uses his own theater experience to create his art, the jury said -- "a form of art that had never previously existed in the theater."
THEATRE The Big I Am Based on Henrik Ibsen's classic play, Peer Gynt, this is a brand new anarchic adventure that journeys from wartime Britain to the ends of the earth and beyond.
A DOLL'S HOUSE Date: Saturday 2nd June 2018 @ 8pm Venue: Studio Theatre, Lisburn A new adaptation based on Henrik Ibsen's classic tale.
Manyof Henrik Ibsen's plays centre on women characters.
The birth of modernism in drama, started by Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906), and furthered by August Strindberg (1849-1912) and Anton Chekhov (1860-1904), gave rise to plays that did not break along melodramatic fault lines of good and evil, right and wrong, black and white, and high and low, he argues, but fractured in complex and contradictory ways.