Young Vic's A Doll's House to transfer to West End stage

Young Vic's A Doll's House to transfer to West End stage

Updated On: May 1, 2018
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    Following two sell-out runs at the Young Vic Theatre, A DOLL'S HOUSE will transfer to the Duke of York's Theatre for a limited 12-week run this summer.

    Simon Stephens' highly acclaimed adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's timeless masterpiece, which is directed by Carrie Cracknell, will run from August 8 to October 26, with press night on August 14.

    Hattie Morahan will reprise her Olivier-nominated role as Nora Helmer, for which she won the Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress at last year's Evening Standard Theatre Awards.

    Dominic Rowan will once again play her husband, Torvald. Other cast members include Nick Fletcher as Nils Krogstad and Steve Toussaint as Doctor Rank.

    David Lan, Artistic Director of the Young Vic, said: “We are thrilled to be back in the West End bringing our two time sold-out production of A DOLL'S HOUSE to the Duke of York's... We hope thousands more will experience this exceptional cast led by Hattie Morahan in Carrie Cracknell, Simon Stephens and Ian MacNeil’s inspired re-invention of Ibsen's great play.”

    Design is by Ian MacNeil and costumes by Gabrielle Dalton. Lighting is by Guy Hoare, with music from Stuart Earl and sound by David McSeveney. Choreography is by Quinny Sacks and the literal translation of the text is by Charlotte Barslund. Mark Rubinstein, Gavin Kalin and Neil Laidlaw will produce.

    The Sunday Telegraph gave the original production Five Stars, commending Morahan giving the “performance of a lifetime”. Stay tuned for further updates on A DOLL'S HOUSE at the Duke of York's Theatre!