Loras Players present “Hedda Gabler” an iconic domestic drama by the father of modern theatre

Loras Players present “Hedda Gabler”

Loras students perform iconic domestic drama by the father of modern theatre

The Loras Players, the theatre production arm of the Loras College Division of Communication & Fine Arts, present Hedda Gabler  Thursday–Saturday, February 14–16.

Henrik Ibsen’s brazen portrait of a disenchanted newlywed examines female identity and the tradition of marriage. As Hedda struggles to find meaning and purpose in her existence, how will she affect the world around her? What’s a girl without options to do?

The cast includes Caroline Breitbach (Hedda), Ervin Yahr III (Tesman), Morgan Muenster (Brack), Brigid Flaherty (Thea), Skye Miller (Lovborg), Amber Krieg (Julie), and Emily Lemire (Berta); with stage management by Amelia Foley; production assistance and costume design by Jake Heelein; and direction, scenic, lighting and sound design by assistant professor Ryan M. Decker.

Hedda Gabler runs Thursday–Saturday, February 14–16 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Joseph Auditorium, Hoffmann Hall on the Loras College campus.

General admission is $15 (exact cash at the box office); Loras College affiliated admission is FREE.