by Ibsen

Budapest, 2001.


This is undoubtedly the finest in McGuinness’s Ibsen canon: it digs deep into psychology, sociology and above all repression, to come crashing across the footlights not merely as the extraordinary piece of drama it is, but as a moral fable for today. This interpretation is all fire […] unmissable!

Irish Independent

24 April, 2005

Emer O’Kelly


A poweful production.

Irish Independent

22 April, 2005

Bruce Arnold


The writing (Frank McGuinness) and directing (László Marton) team which brought 2003’s stunning The Wild Duck have returned with another beautifully realized production.

Dublin, April 21, 2005                 

Harvey O’Brien

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