by August Strindberg
Adapted by David Greig 
(David Greig's version premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, London, in September 2008
& was remounted for a run at BAM, Brooklyn in 2010)


  |  Jan 31 - Mar 3, 2019  |  

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Toxic Misogyny Meets Its Match in Aurora Theatre In Berkeley

"...Rebecca Dines  is a breath of fresh air as Tekla when she finally arrives,

charismatic, playful and keenly perceptive.

...Dines’  Tekla handles all this secondhand venom with cool, collected self-assurance...

..It’s all terribly cruel and mean-spirited and destructive, but here again what saves it is Tekla.   

People may bad-mouth her all play long — and they do — but she’s so self-evidently better

than her detractors are at life that the damage they do proves nothing    (despite all Gustav’s philosophical bluster)  except how poisonous sour grapes can be."


—  Name, Title

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