'A Doll's House' - Study Guide

Download the study guide for 'A Doll's House' from Donmar's Education & Training section here (pdf).

The guide throws light upon the creative process, nuances of the rewrite, as well as includes insightful interviews with the cast and photos.


Pictured: Christopher Eccleston, rehearsing.

9 comments:

Greasby Library said...

Thanks very much for this link. I've enjoyed this production so the guide was very interesting.

Alex said...

Pleasure. We found it very interesting too.

angel932 said...

Thank you! You guys are wonderful - I never would be able to find this type of thing by myself!

Alex said...

Thank you. You make it worthwhile.

Hedgehog said...

For some reason the Donmar warehouse site hasn't been accessible for me over the last two days, so it seems that if I'm indeed lucky and do get a return ticket next week I'll have to do without the guide. Would've loved to give it a short read before tackling on the production, anything that helps me overcoming my being language-wise challenged! :-)

Alex said...

Yes, the site is down.
Alternate link: HERE.

Looking forward to your action report.

powerjen51 said...

It shows the intensity of how Christopher puts 100% into his characters he portrays.

He really gives them a "human" touch and gives them flesh and blood. He also not only gives emotionally but physically presence too.

Hedgehog said...

The Hedgehog has landed, and is finally off what felt like the heaviest overdose on caffeine I've had in 9 years - now tackling a couple double-shifts and if you still like to get a review I'm happy to type one up... :-) Where would you like me to post it? I thought of placing it with the comments on your second review, if that's alright with you?

Alex said...

Hey Hedgehog, yes, please do! Second review is alright - wherever you prefer =)