by Henrik Ibsen, translated and directed by David Greenwood
The Master Builder is one of Ibsen's later, spiritually-concerned plays. A middle-aged architect, racked with guilt and fear, encounters a free-spirited young woman with a mysterious agenda. While the play was written in 1892, many of the issues it deals with--aging, guilt, a May-November attraction, spontaneity and its consequences, the grip of the past, the vagaries of memory, the power of the will, the craving for transcendence--are inherent in the human condition, and so they remain relevant and fascinating today.
Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm
Theater: Center for Remembering and Sharing
Address: 123 Fourth Avenue
New York, NY
|Cost:$15.00 or Call: at 212-677-8621|
Presented by: Fresh Look Theatre Company