Henrik Ibsen


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realistic Norwegian author who wrote plays on social and political themes (1828-1906)

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Stratton Players opens its 90th season with "A Doll's House'' by Henrik Ibsen, an early literary examination of the role of women in society.
But mixed in with all those are plenty of Jorgensens, Petters, and Nilsens, in addition to Norwegian classic works by Bjornstjerne Bjornson, Camilla Collett, and the requisite Henrik Ibsen.
See how the journey of one of theatre's most thrilling heroines unfolds at the Lawrence Batley Theatre where Huddersfield Thespians' production of this Henrik Ibsen classic plays all week.
More to the point is how Henrik Ibsen might cast his ballot, since his 1882 political drama, "An Enemy of the People," argues both sides of an ideological conundrum that has tripped up both presidential candidates.
En el Teatro de la Memoria, con temporada que se extendera hasta fines de enero, se ofrece Casa de munecas, la pieza maestra del autor noruego Henrik Ibsen, en manos del director Alfredo Castro y con las notables actuaciones de Amparo Noguera, Claudia di Girolamo, Mireya Moreno, Luis Gnecco, Marcelo Alonso y Rodrigo Perez.
In the last two decades of the nineteenth century, one of the most receptive countries to the works of Henrik Ibsen was Finland.
The Unity received enhancement funding for 2008 and highlights included When We Dead Awaken, the final play by Henrik Ibsen.
Henrik Ibsen and the Birth of Modernism: Art, Theater, Philosophy.
The Lady from the Sea by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Mike Poulton.
Henrik IBSEN, Emperador y galileo, Encuentro (<<Literatura>>, 56), Madrid 2006, 503 pp.
Sonja is expected to attend today's opening of a seminar on Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen at Trinity College Dublin.
Henrik Ibsen is the most frequently performed dramatist in the world after Shakespeare.
Inspired by the work of Henrik Ibsen, Munch studied psychoanalysis and created art that unraveled the mysteries of the psyche.
Henrik Ibsen is one of those few dramatists whose plays have been subjected to an avalanche of critical analyses.
The Norwegian publisher Aschehoug is to publish a new scientific edition of the works of Henrik Ibsen.