Posted on: 31st January, 2014
14th January, 2021
Tanika Gupta transposes the setting of Ibsen’s classic play to India in 1879 where ‘Nora’, now Niru, is an Indian woman married to ‘Torvald’, now Tom, an English man working for the British Colonial Administration in Calcutta.
This new version of A Doll’s House takes a fresh look at the play shining a light on British colonial history and race relations, as well as gender politics and class.
By Henrik Ibsen, in an adaptation by Tanika Gupta.
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