by Elizabeth Meriwether

directed by Alex Timbers

Les Freres Corbusier finally transforms Ibsen's classic into something truly well-made: A robot. Half a dozen of them. Live onstage. Really. Les Freres continues its irreverent massacre of historical icons and academic esoterica by taking on famed playwright Henrik Ibsen, the well-made play, and contemporary issues in robotics. Ibsen is thwarted by August Strindberg and his kitchen slut throughout his fevered struggle to write the great feminist drama, Hedda Gabler, while a contemporary housewife in Michigan is abducted by robots and forced to perform Ibsen's masterpiece over and over again...


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Theatre/Venue HERE Arts Center 

145 6th Avenue  New York

Phone Number for Reservations 212-868-4444 
Website for reservations www.heddatron.com  
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Producing Organization: Les Freres Corbusier  
Website www.lesfreres.org  
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