Nora's life is on the upswing. Her husband got a promotion, and their financial struggles are over at last. But when a man from her past reappears, bent on bringing a dangerous secret to light, everything changes: her marriage, her family, even her relationship to the world around her. The opening night of A Doll's House was one of the seminal moments in theatre history. The play’s explosive ending and sly, insinuating tone hit its audience like a thunderbolt. Now director Kirsten Brandt and translator Anne-Charlotte Hanes Harvey team up to create a new adaptation of the play expressly for the Globe’s intimate Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, bringing audiences closer than ever to Ibsen’s spellbinding masterwork.