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"She's back — with 21st century crackle! SNAPPY & FLEET!”WBUR's The ARTery
"A RIOTOUS, RELEVANT 21st century rumination on marriage. A FUNNY 90 MINUTES!”Joyce Kulhawik, Joyce's Choices
"A TRIUMPH! Smart, funny and utterly engrossing!”The New York Times
"Sizzling, funny and wholly satisfying!”The Washington Post
"A classic for our time and for the ages!”San Francisco Chronicle

Who’s that knocking at the door? 15 years after slamming the door on her marriage, leaving her husband and children behind, Nora’s come home. Now a successful yet scandalous writer, she’s being blackmailed by a judge, and she needs her not-quite-ex-husband’s help. Not so fast, Nora. Your family has a few grievances they want to air! Inspired by Henrik Ibsen’s groundbreaking 1879 classic A Doll’s House, Lucas Hnath’s Tony Award-nominated Broadway hit is a smart new comedy that raises fascinating questions about marriage and the ways the roles of women have – and haven’t – changed. Don’t miss your chance to see the most produced, most talked about play in America.

Approximate run time: A Doll's House, Part 2 plays in approximately 90 minutes, with no intermission.

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  • “You Have To Want Something” (Right?): An Interview With Lucas Hnath and Les Waters

    Playwright Lucas Hnath and director Les Waters met in 2012 at the annual Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville, where Hnath’s play Death Tax was being performed. Waters had just stepped into his role of artistic director at Actors Theatre of Louisville, and was blown away by Hnath’s play. He commissioned Hnath to write another play, and in 2014 the two premiered The Christians at the Humana Festival. The play was subsequently produced nationwide, and the two artists formed a close collaboration and friendship.

    Berkeley Repertory Theatre Literary Manager Sarah Rose Leonard spoke with Waters and Hnath about the great art of creating and performing arguments.

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  • Ibsen’s heroine reluctantly returns in ‘Doll’s House, Part 2’ at the Huntington

    When we last saw Nora Helmer in Henrik Ibsen’s proto-feminist masterwork, A Doll’s House, the Norwegian housewife had just walked out on her husband and children with what George Bernard Shaw famously dubbed “the door slam heard round the world.” Stuck in a suffocating and loveless sham of a marriage, she was fleeing her “doll-child” existence in order to discover her true self. Now, following a persistent knock on the same door, Nora has returned 15 years later to the home and family she left behind.

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  • SHE’S BACK: Nora returns in sequel to Ibsen’s classic ‘Doll’s House’

    When playwright Henrik Ibsen ended “A Doll’s House” with a woman walking out on her husband and three children, it was a radical move for 1879, leaving the audience shocked and unsure of what their futures would bring.

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Nora has swept the nation!

"A TRIUMPH! Smart, funny and utterly engrossing!”The New York Times
"Sizzling, funny and wholly satisfying!”The Washington Post
"A classic for our time and for the ages!”San Francisco Chronicle
"Smart, expertly crafted, moving, and very funny.”Vogue
"Dynamic, highly original, and ingenious. JUST GO!”The Hollywood Reporter
"This is great comedy. A hilarious and thrilling evening.”The New York Times

And Boston critics agree!

"She's back — with 21st century crackle! SNAPPY & FLEET!”WBUR's The ARTery
"A RIOTOUS, RELEVANT 21st century rumination on marriage. A FUNNY 90 MINUTES!”Joyce Kulhawik, Joyce's Choices
"A fresh, modern, crafty new play that has the feeling of a long-awaited family reunion.”Talkin' Broadway
"A sparkling production of a smart play. Nora, it's great to see you again.”Ed Siegel
"Smart, provocative and compelling. Two thumbs up.”Slow Muse
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Ibsen’s heroine reluctantly returns in ‘Doll’s House, Part 2’ at the Huntington — The Boston Globe
SHE’S BACK: Nora returns in sequel to Ibsen’s classic ‘Doll’s House’ — Wicked Local

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$109-
$114
$89-
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$75-
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$95-
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$79-
$84
$65-
$70
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$25
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$95
$69-
$79
$55-
$65
$45-
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$25
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AA
$109-$114
A
$89-$94
B
$75-$80
C
$59-$64
D
$25
OFF PEAK: Sunday - Thursday evening; Saturday matinee
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$95-$99
A
$79-$84
B
$65-$70
C
$49-$54
D
$25
FIRST LOOK: First Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Tuesday evening; Wednesday matinee
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AA
$85-$95
A
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B
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C
$45-$55
D
$25

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$20 with promo code MILITARY
Student (25 years and younger)
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$20
Section D (Huntington Avenue Theatre);
Last Row (Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA)
Additional discounts may not be applied to section D seats at the Huntington Avenue Theatre and last row seats at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.
$25
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Seniors (65 years or older) $5 off
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Section
Performance Day AA A B C D
PEAK: Friday & Saturday evening;
Sunday matinee
$109-
$114
$89-
$94
$75-
$80
$59-
$64
$25
OFF PEAK: Sunday - Thursday evening;
Saturday matinee
$95-
$99
$79-
$84
$65-
$70
$49-
$54
$25
FIRST LOOK: First Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Tuesday evening; Wednesday matinee $85-
$95
$69-
$79
$55-
$65
$45-
$55
$25
PEAK: Friday & Saturday evening; Sunday matinee
Section
Price
AA
$109-$114
A
$89-$94
B
$75-$80
C
$59-$64
D
$25
OFF PEAK: Sunday - Thursday evening; Saturday matinee
Section
Price
AA
$95-$99
A
$79-$84
B
$65-$70
C
$49-$54
D
$25
FIRST LOOK: First Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Tuesday evening; Wednesday matinee
Section
Price
AA
$85-$95
A
$69-$79
B
$55-$65
C
$45-$55
D
$25

Prices may vary and are subject to change at any time.

View Seating Chart  |  Get Directions

  Prices
Active Military and Veterans and Immediate Families
$20 with promo code MILITARY
Student (25 years and younger)
(No AA)
$20
Section D (Huntington Avenue Theatre);
Last Row (Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA)
Additional discounts may not be applied to section D seats at the Huntington Avenue Theatre and last row seats at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.
$25
BU Community $10 off with promo code BU10
Seniors (65 years or older) $5 off
35 Below (35 years and younger)
(No AA)
Learn more about our 35 Below program
$30

Learn more about our Discount Ticket Programs.

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