How does a black woman find self-fulfillment in a country dominated by white men? This 20th Century adaptation of Ibsen's controversial 19th Century classic sheds light on issues of racial equality and gender equity that continue to pervade our society today.
Written by Henrick Ibsen; adapted by Annie Potter and directed by JanLee Marshall
Cast: Miia Ashley, Matthew Gardner, Mikah Kavita, Nate Bogner, Rolanda D. Bell, Vince Faso
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