September 5–8, 12–15 + 19–22, 2019
This deconstruction of Ibsen’s Victorian classic A Doll House features the entire play acted out by a girl playing with literal dolls. Do not be fooled: There is more to this show than meets the eye. A struggle that rings true throughout the ages. This is not a one-woman show. Come and find out why.
$10 / 140 minutes
This is a physical presence theatrical production as well as touring artistic installation. Stand by the Fringe Festival sign labeled “A Literal Doll House” and someone will meet you shortly to escort you to the space. Please buy tickets in advance because we are only allowing a maximum of 25 people at a time and cannot guarantee entrance otherwise.