10 November - 08 December
Bille Brown Theatre, Queensland TheatreBuy tickets
In a nutshell
Ibsen’s fiercest leading lady lands poolside on the Gold Coast
Hedda Gabler is railing against her life. She didn’t marry bogan drug slinger George Tesman so she could play housewife in a monstrous Gold Coast mansion with white leather couches, blingy chandeliers and endless rounds of Aperol Spritz.
She wants something much more. Now her old flame, Ejlert Løvborg, is out of prison and off the junk. Is he about to slice off a piece of George’s empire? Maybe Hedda can pull some strings to work this to her advantage.
Logie Award-winning actor Danielle Cormack (Wentworth, Rake) is the Hedda we’ve all been waiting to see. Melissa Bubnic gives us a local version of the Henrik Ibsen classic that is as dangerous and surprising as its heroine.
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Cast Includes Jimi Bani, Bridie Carter, Danielle Cormack, Jason Klarwein, Joss McWilliam, Andrea Moor, Helen O'Leary
Designer David Fleischer
Lighting Designer Emma Valente
Composer and Sound Designer Kelly Ryall
Dramaturg Marcel Dorney
This production contains strong coarse language, adult themes including domestic violence, graphic imagery and the use of herbal cigarettes and blank firearms.
Approximately 100 minutes with no interval.
Monday 5 November, 6pm - 7pm
Bille Brown Theatre, Queensland Theatre
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