Open Monday through Friday, noon to 5 PM,
and two hours prior to most performances.
presented by Pepperdine Theatre Department
written by Henrik Ibsen, in a version by Andrew Upton, directed by Scott Alan Smith
January 23 - January 27, 2018
Some honeymoons are shorter than others. One of the most enduring and compelling characters in theatre history, newly married Hedda is struggling with the prospect of a lifetime with her reliable but unexciting husband Tesman in Henrik Ibsen's complex and enigmatic story of a woman trapped in a world she cannot bear. Darkly funny, revealing and explosive, Hedda Gabler asks us to contemplate the painful differences between expectations and reality.
No late seating allowed. Join a talk back with the actors and director after the Wednesday performance.