Fifteen years have passed since Nora slammed the door on her life as a wife and mother. Now she's back, with an urgent request — one that leads to long-overdue reckonings. What does a woman owe her family? What does she owe herself? With biting wit, award-winning playwright Lucas Hnath (The Christians) examines marriage and motherhood, love and law — asking questions that are as resonant today as they were when Nora first appeared in Henrik Ibsen's groundbreaking masterpiece more than a century ago.