Northwest Classical Theatre Co.
September 5 - October 12, 2008
Review by peanutduck
Engaging. Perfectly cast. Points of horrific beauty. Erickson’s direction cleverly plays the black comedy in Ibsen’s psychological drama about a beautiful, desperate woman’s destructive power. Notices: Anderson (Hedda) and Healy’s (a slippery Brack) flirtatious power play; Whitney’s (Mrs. Elvsted) complex simplicity; Hillis’s (Tesman) bumbling naivete; Angelo’s (Lovborg) barely constrained passion.