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Nora - A Dollís House 2008

A Doll’s House was not Henrik Ibsen’s first play, but the one that brought him glory and made of him a world famous playwright. The play was a controversial issue that made critics attack its writer who presented them with Nora, a wife fighting to gain her independence, freedom and equality to men. Ibsen made his character grant herself the right to participate in bearing financial burdens with her husband; she would borrow and be indebted to save her husband’s life; she would leave her matrimonial home turning her back to this husband who did not appreciate her favor, clapping the door behind after she had realized that his house was only a “Doll’s House” and she was only a doll owned by her husband Torfald Helmer.

George Ibrahim


Nora
A Doll’s House

A Play for Henrik Ibsen
Adapted and Directed by: George Ibrahim



Stenography: Ibrahim Muzaien
Light: Muaz Al Jubeh
Music: Habib Shihadeh
Costumes: Nasifa Habash
Director Assistant: Firas Abu Sabah
Choreographer: Rabeah Morkus
Photographer: Maher Fares
Graphic Design: Ibrahim Muzaien
Graphic Executer: Mustafa Shaheen
Printing: Al Ayyam Newspaper
Set Executer: Samer Salhe - Mohammad Salhe

Cast in Appearance order: Bettina Ezbidi
Hanan Helou, Kamel Al Basha, Khalid Massou, Manal Awad, Imad Farajin.
 






   

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