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Nora Goes 2 Space, Motherfuck*r!

Members say: Ambitious, Edgy, Clever, Quirky, Confusing
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3LD presents Kev Berry's solo examination of the role of 'housewife' in the past, present, and future, as seen through the eyes of Nora from Ibsen’s 'A Doll’s House.'

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Equal parts outer-space drag performance, Norwegian kitchen-sink drama, and American karaoke opera, this one-man show irreverently deconstructs Ibsen’s drama into a series of '90s female punk-rock anthems, monologues, and vignettes modeled after a series of '50s housewife etiquette films. 'Nora Goes 2 Space, Motherfuck*r!' looks at the emergence of second-wave feminism, and celebrates past progresses and triumphs, while being searingly truthful about how far we still have to go before we’re all equal.

 

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Ambitious, Edgy, Resonant, Confusing, Cliched

See it if A deconstructed version of Ibsen's A Doll's House via a frustrated 1950's housewife Gender roles & identity thrown into pop karaoke blender

Don't see it if A little confusing if not familiar with source material Kev Berry is Nora in drag (crinoline prom dress & heels) & sings his/her heart out

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Ambitious, Clever, Edgy, Great acting, Quirky

See it if You appreciate one person shows, drag, ambitious attempts to deal with gender issues, clever staging, talented new-comer, Kev Berry.

Don't see it if Experimental theater leaves you cold, or if you prefer lighter less demanding material presented in a more linear and less cerebral manner.

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Ambitious, Indulgent, Disappointing, Great staging

See it if you're interested in Ibsen, drag, and solo performance. If you want to experience early work of ambitious new drag/solo performer Kev Berry.

Don't see it if you hate experimental theater, drag or solo performance. If you hate Ibsen or expect a strong emotionally resonant narrative arc.

Also Felt like a mansplaining of Nora, A Doll House, and feminism in genera... Read more Read less