An adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's most notable play about a waning marriage, and the social constructs between a husband and wife.
Thornton Wilder's acting version of A Doll's House premiered on Broadway at the Morsco Theatre in December 1937, under the direction of Jed Harris.
'...an adaptation must realize that the real key is not just how accurately they have translated the words in a given line but how accurately they have captured the way the line works. This adaptation [Wilder’s of A Doll’s House] is extraordinary. It is extraordinary." - Scholar David Hammond