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"The audience arrives to find a commanding set. A large, carved wooden door stands in a tall, blank wall. Above, an artificial skylight bathes the stage in silky, shadowless light. Below, a wood-plank floor the width of the stage narrows toward the back wall, suggesting receding perspective. It looks like a museum, and the art on display will be the characters of Henrik Ibsen as reimagined by playwright Lucas Hnath in A Doll's House, Part 2."
Seven Days Vermont
"The Northern Stage production, directed by Peter Hackett, set the scene powerfully before the first word was spoken or the first character was seen. David L. Arsenault created a powerful atmosphere with his abstract and elegant set. Its simplicity put the focus on the characters and their plight. "