New York City
Feisty, droll and keenly intelligent Hedda is truly her father, General Gabler’s, daughter. She’s snobbish and vicious; sexually eager yet terrified of sex, ambitious to be bohemian but frightened of scandal, a desperate romantic fantasist but unable to sustain a relationship with anyone, including herself. She is also one of the most mesmerizing and alluring characters in the history of the Theatre. Tadeusz Bradecki (Endgame) returns to direct the American premiere of Judith Thompson’s eloquent new translation.