In Jeff Whitty's The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabbler, the problem with Hedda is she keeps shooting herself, and Tesman has to bring Mammy out of Gone With the Wind to clean up. In this boisterous and irreverent comedy, Hedda lives on in "The Neighborhood of Tragic Women," an alternative hell where fictional characters are forced to endure until at last they are forgotten. Who can blame her for getting tired of playing the same role over and over for more than a century. Finally, Hedda escapes, but will she ever really die? Bill Rauch directs.