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The Doll's House

Presented by The Footlight Club at Eliot Hall, Boston MA

Feb 10 - 19 2022
The Doll's House

Samantha Moon as Nora

Theatrical production of Henrik Ibsen’s The Doll’s House, translated from the Norwegian by Henrietta Frances Lord

Henrietta Frances Lord's translation of Henrik Ibsen's The Doll's House will be directed by Katie Swimm at the Footlight Club in Jamaica Plain, MA.

Set in our contemporary moment, the play examines the life of an ordinary woman who finds herself at odds with her husband, her friends, and her community. Ibsen's classic play explores themes of money, equality, and trust in a translation by Henrietta Frances Lord, against a soundtrack of 90's rock.

ADMISSION INFO

Tickets are $25.00/$22.00 for Seniors (60+), Students, or Children (under 18)

Free for members
Seating is not assigned - auditorium is general seating.
Covid Protocol: Due to the current state of COVID-19 The Footlight Club is following the recommended state guidelines for indoor activities. We will be enforcing the following guidelines for all of our productions this season*:

Masks are required for all performances, masks must be 2-ply (no gaiters)

ID and Proof of vaccination required to enter Eliot Hall or audience members age 12+

Audience at Limited Capacity

All cast meet and greets will be outside

*All guidelines are subject to change based on MA Department of Public Health, the CDC, and the City of Boston.

Email: boxoffice@footlight.org

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Additional time info:

Box Office opens 45 minutes before curtain.

LOCATION

Eliot Hall

7A Eliot St, Boston, MA 02130
(Neighborhood: Jamaica Plain)

PARKING INFO

Street parking only.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details

Face Masks Required: Yes
Limited Capacity: Yes
Proof of Vaccination Required: Yes

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