IBSEN
IN CHICAGO

A play in twelve scenes | 3M, 3F

 

In 1882, an unlikely ensemble of scrappy Scandinavian immigrants converge to put on a play in boomtown Chicago. As this ragtag group of new Americans rehearses a controversial new play by their fellow countrymen Henrik Ibsen, their various enmities and misunderstandings assume vaudevillian proportions.

 

World Premiere | Seattle Repertory Theatre | 2018

Originally commissioned by Seattle Repertory Theatre


Directed by Braden Abraham


Featuring Allen Fitzpatrick, Christopher McLinden, Kirsten Potter, Hannah Ruwe, Annette Toutonghi, and R. Hamilton Wright

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ACCOLADES

"AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS!"

—Seattle PI

"SHARP AND HUMOROUS!"

—Seattle Stranger