OCA Theatre presents: Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

WHEN:
November 7th- 9th, 14th - 16th   8pm

November 16th and 17th   2pm

WHERE: SOU Black Box Theatre, 450 S. Mountain Ave., Ashland

TICKETS: $20 regular, $15 seniors, $5 for full time students of any age from any school.

Purchase tickets online oca.sou.edu/box-office or by calling or stopping by the

OCA Box Office 541.552.6348 491 S. Mountain Ave. Ashland, OR

Monday - Friday Noon-5pm and one hour before each performance.

Widely regarded as the father of modern drama, Henrik Ibsen created his most memorable character in Hedda Gabler, the free-spirited, strong-minded general’s daughter, dangerously chafing against the restraints placed on women in the late 19th century. The questions bedeviling Hedda are still relevant today: what does it cost a woman to be “likeable”? Can she be strong but not bossy, smart but not scary? Can she break free of the tropes of femininity or is she doomed, even in her own life, to fail the Bechdel Test? Adapted and directed by Jackie Apodaca.

PARKING DURING PERFORMANCES: Park in lot #36 on S. Mountain Ave and Henry Streets across from the SOU Music Building for FREE during each OCA at SOU performance.