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A DollZes HoUse

Plunkett, Rebecca Elizabeth

A power-hungry King in a war-torn nation forces his royal court to perform a heavily redacted version of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll’s House. The King’s favorite, Tulip, stars in the show as Nora, a role she’s been preparing for her entire life. When Tulip discovers that the King has altered Ibsen’s ending to promote his own, twisted ideology, her porcelain world begins to crack. A DollZes HoUse is a play about History, hegemony, and resistance/rebellion.


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M.F.A., Columbia University
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May 18, 2017
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