A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

In the centenary year of The Norwegian PlayrightHenrik Ibsen and the occasion of The International Women’s Day- Sadhya- A unit of performing arts & The Royal Norwegian Embassy came together to pay tribute to the father of Modern Prose Drama-Henrik Ibsen, through an experimental choreography work based on his play-A Doll’s House, which strives to portray life accurately and shuns idealized visions of it.

The play also manifests Ibsen’s concern for women’s rights and for human rights in general. The production used the medium of movement, theatre & puppetry to bring forth the essence of the play and its characters. There was a conscious effort to explore and innovate attempting to tell the story differently.


Choreography : Santosh Nair
Music : Upmayu Bhanot
Lights :  Milind Shrivastava
Production Executive : Nalini Sharma


On stage artists : 8
Technical & Production : Two


50 min