A hilarious uproar of arguments from Ibsen’s classic are brought to life in Lucas Hnath’s contemporary sequel to the revolutionary masterpiece. No fear to those who have never read Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”. This is not a requirement to appreciate the bitingly funny theatrical genius of A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2. As a door slams, a young wife leaves behind the shackles of traditional societal constraints. Now, 15 years later, that same door opens to reveal Nora, a changed woman with a favor to ask of the people she abandoned. Much like our own, in Nora’s world, behind every judgment there is a person, and a slammed door isn’t an ending so much as an opportunity for a fresh start.