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The further adventures of Hedda Gabler

Author: Jeff Whitty; Henrik Ibsen
Publisher: New York, NY : Dramatists Play Service, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Beginning immediately after Henrik Ibsen's classic ends, THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF HEDDA GABLER finds Hedda mired in an alternative hell: a place where death is only possible when a fictional character is forgotten by the real-life public. So what is one of drama's most famous suicides to do? After taking advice from helpful neighbor Medea, Hedda and her servant, Mammy, set out on a perilous quest to return to the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Named Person: Henrik Ibsen; Margaret Mitchell; Henrik Ibsen; Margaret Mitchell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeff Whitty; Henrik Ibsen
ISBN: 0822222426 9780822222422
OCLC Number: 173092493
Notes: Includes music for the song Here I is / music & lyrics, Jeff Whitty ; arr. Patrick Barnes.
4 males, 4 females (doubling).
Description: 67 pages : music ; 20 cm
Responsibility: by Jeff Whitty.

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"Beginning immediately after Henrik Ibsen's classic ends, THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF HEDDA GABLER finds Hedda mired in an alternative hell: a place where death is only possible when a fictional character is forgotten by the real-life public. So what is one of drama's most famous suicides to do? After taking advice from helpful neighbor Medea, Hedda and her servant, Mammy, set out on a perilous quest to return to the imaginative furnace of their creation. Along the way, they meet characters from science fiction, Black feminist theater, TV cop shows, Biblical dramas, as well as a couple of wisecracking, self-hating gay characters from the 1960s. Once Hedda and Mammy arrive at their fiery destination, they face a heartbreaking truth about themselves, their creators, and the forces that make them eternal."--Publisher's website.

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