‘I can see him. With vineleaves in his hair.’
Hedda Gabler is bored, and that’s dangerous. Stuck in her stifling new mansion with her dull, dependable husband, she wants a destiny to control: if not her own, then someone else’s.
An old friend re-enters her life. In him, Hedda sees potential for something great and beautiful. A window into a world that cannot be hers. How far will she go in her pursuit of power?
Hedda Gabler is a psychological masterpiece that gnaws at the very heart of tragedy.