October 19 - 28, 2018.

Location: Umstead Park UCC, Raleigh. 8208 Brownleigh Drive, 27617

$22 Adults,  $17 Senior and Military, $14 Groups of 10+, $10 High School Students

Walk-ups welcomed! Pay at the door and avoid on-line fees. Arrive 20 minutes before showtime.

READ the News and Observer article by Glenn McDonald

Donations for Dress For Success accepted in the lobby during all performances. Bring your gently used ladies work clothes, purses and accessories.

Not your mom's doll's house.... Text Nora and tell her what you think!

In 1879, Ibsen premiered a ground breaking play that quickly became know for "The door slam heard round the world".  The Justice Theater Project's team has adapted the show and created an entirely new script that is a modern, multicultural, celebrity inspired, selfie-taking, instagram posting, live-tweeting version of one of the most celebrated classics of female-centric theatre. The then shocking, now progressive final moments will be based on circumstances that will shock and delight today's audiences, especially the young and tech savvy. 

Nora is still a woman accustomed to men creating her life for her. As her husband Torvald’s personal dealings become the center of potential blackmail, Nora identifies (and articulates) how trapped she has felt her entire life, and leaves her husband and children.  Who really holds the power in this relationship? 

The production will be partially video taped, and will include relevant modern cultural references.

thejusticetheaterproject@gmail.com  919-264-7089 

Featuring:

Lakeisha Coffey as Nora

Germain Choffart as Torvald

Kyma Lassiter as Krogstad (Niles)

Drina Dunlap as Christine

John Honeycutt as Dr. Rank

Sarah Koop as Helen

Events and Outreach During "A Doll's House, Remodeled:

"A Doll's House"

October 19 - 7:30 pm curtain

October 20 - 6:30 pm Pre-show discussion, 7:30 pm curtain. Duke Professor Jody McAuliffe, “Ibsen in Adaptation”.

October 21 - 3:30 pm curtain AUDIO DESCRIBED FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED

October 26 - 7:30 pm curtain

October 27 - 6:30 pm Pre-show discussion, 7:30 pm curtain. D.r Kimberly Lamm of Duke University, “Fashion, Culture and Social Media”

October 28 - FINAL PERFORMANCES 3:30 pm matinee

The Mission of JTP:

The mission of The Justice Theater Project is to produce compelling theater experiences that create community dialogue and give voice to social concerns.

The Vision of JTP:

The vision of The Justice Theater project is to connect, inspire and impact our community through engaging performing arts outreach, education and advocacy.

Core Values of JTP:

•    Diversity, inclusion and equity

•    Dignity, humility and respect

•    Mindfulness of mission

•    Artistic excellence and integrity of process

•    Community engagement and collaboration