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Ibsen house

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In Ibsen house, Stone combines elements from the less well-known plays by Ibsen and rewrites them into something completely new. The starting point is the house built by the visionary architect Solness out of love for the much younger Hilda Wangel. Houses play a large part in the work of Ibsen. They are the place where relationships become clear: the complex relations between men and women, the difficult bond between parents and children. There is a reason why little Eyolf lives in a large house near the lake with his parents. The drama about Nora and her husband Torvald is not called A doll’s house for nothing.




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