Mrs. Helen Alving’s struggle with the ghosts of her past is about to come to an end. Tomorrow, commemorating the tenth anniversary of her husband’s death, a new orphanage will be dedicated in his name. For twenty-nine years, since her mother and two aunts arranged for her to marry the wealthy, charming Captain Alving, Helen has kept a dark secret – the reality of her late husband’s deviant excesses and his disease. Now, with her son Osvald finally home to stay after many years abroad, a triumphant new life begins. The past will be buried forever. But her spiritual liberation is about to meet a catastrophic fate in one of the great tragedies of the world stage by one of its greatest dramatists, Henrik Ibsen.
Adapted and directed by Doug Kaback, the production stars Michelle Danner, Nate Golon, Cornell Womack, Jim Giordano, and Lucy Honigman. Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00, Sundays at 5:00. Runs through May 13th at Edgemar Center for the Arts 2437 Main Street Santa Monica, CA 90405. For tickets go to www.edgemarcenter.org.
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