Production: AmStage

"The production staged by Seth Gordon is often gripping and has a fresh and contemporary flavor through the tight adaptation by Kelly Lapczynski and T. Scott Wooten. It delivers a compelling buildup to one of the most famous final scenes in theatrical history…more than 140 years later, "A Doll's House" still has some surprising things to say."    - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Experience the first modern classic, Ibsen's A Doll's House...and that door slam heard round the world

A DOLL'S HOUSE

by Henrik Ibsen
directed by Seth Gordon


Previews November 14 and 15
Opened Friday, November 16, 2012
Closed Sunday, December 23, 2012

“Still bracingly relevant, Ibsen's masterpiece, in a striking contemporary translation, offers no safer conclusions today than when it stormed stages of 19th-century Europe.”      -NY Times 


It’s Christmas Eve and sweet, cheery Nora Helmer is reveling in her role as wife and mother. Her husband has just been made manager of the local bank, and it looks as though she and her family are finally on the brink of unadulterated financial freedom…until a knock at the door threatens to destroy her doll house of a world forever. Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece speaks just as powerfully today as it did nearly 150 years ago, questioning how we define ourselves as individuals and as a society in the face of the challenging realities of life.


THE CAST (in order of appearance):
Nora Helmer................Katherine Michelle Tanner*
Torvald Helmer................ Christopher Swan*
Christine Linde................Lauren Wood
Nils Krogstad................ Steve Garland*
Dr. Peter Rank................John Woodson*
Anne-Marie................Danielle Calderone
Helen................Colleen Cherry


Mainstage Series produced by: Raymond James
Sponsor: St. Anthony's Hospital
Co-Sponsors: Patsy and Steve Anderson
Opening Night Hosts: Lorraine and Neil Franckle
Radio Sponsor: WUSF
Media Sponsor: WEDU

Production Photos:

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American Stage Theatre Company is located at the Raymond James Theatre,
163 3rd Street North in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, Florida.


For tickets, please call the American Stage Box Office at (727) 823-PLAY (7529) or 



Performance Dates, Times and Ticket Pricing for Season 2012.2013:

Performances are Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm.

Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 3pm 

$39 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Evenings and Saturday and Sunday Matinees

$49 Friday and Saturday Evenings


(Content as it appeared on the American Stage Theatre Company website)