Hedda Gabler

May 5 – May 29, 2011

Written by Henrik Ibsen

Directed by Tony Ciaravino

Hedda Gabler focusses on the frustrated existence of its title character, exploring core issues of power, control, and social expectation. Bored and restricted by her middle-class environment, Hedda plays out her own fantasies and psychological games with those nearest to her to an ultimately costly end.


"The entire cast is outstanding. Thornton makes George more sympathetic than he usually is, probably thanks to the new translation of the play by Brian Friel. So much so, that when his own selfishness is fully revealed at the end we feel OK with it. Gypsy Pantoja strikes all the right notes as Thea, a woman who actually has the courage to be true to herself, and Ross gives a finely calibrated, beautifully understated performance as Judge Brack, Hedda’s devious male counterpart and the one who ultimately gains the upper hand."

- Jasmina Wellinghoff, San Antonio Express-News



Susan Brogdon

Asia Ciaravino

Eric Geyer

Gypsy Pantoja

Allan S. Ross

Terri Pena Ross

Andrew Thornton

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