Archives - Hedda Gabler

by Henrik Ibsen

Directed by Ray Aspey

Saturday 14th – Saturday 21st November 1970 in the Auditorium

The study of a frustrated woman whose misfortune it was to bring destruction upon herself and those around her. Written about 1890, the play is still modern in essence. Though tragic, it is not gloomy. Written in an economy of language and action it is one of the world's great plays.

Part of the Barn’s 1970/1971 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


George Tesman-David Gill
Hedda Tesman-Brenda Burton
Miss Juliana Tesman-Marion Canadine
Mrs Elvsted-Elizabeth Downing
Judge Brack-Michael McArdle
Eilbert Loevborg-Clive Wiseman
Bertha-Joan Burgess

Creative team

Director-Ray Aspey
Production Secretary-Bernardine Bradshaw
Stage Manager-Stella Taylor
Assistant Stage Manager-Mariam Rodway
Set Designers-Beth Rogers
Edgar Rogers
Lighting and Sound-Denys Wells
Peter Standen
Properties-Jo Gould
Sheila Foxon
Wardrobe-Kathleen Lloyd
Noreen Stubbs
Cassandra Davies
Prompters-Carol Bartlett
Sue Horner
Box Office-Joan Wilson
Publicity-Brian Jolly

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