Cameron University’s Department of Art, Music, and Theatre Arts will continue its 2019-2020 theatre season, celebrating “Women’s Roles in the Theatre,” with playwright Lucas Hnath’s “A Doll’s House Part 2.” This tragicomedy will be presented in the Studio Theatre from November 21-24. The curtain goes up on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for senior citizens, military, Cameron faculty and staff, and non-Cameron students. CU students receive one free admission with their CU I.D. Tickets can be reserved by calling the box office at 580-581-2478.
“A Doll’s House Part 2” is a Tony-nominated play that picks up where Henrik Ibsen’s groundbreaking play left off. Fifteen years after leaving her husband Torvald, Nora returns to her old home. She has become a successful feminist novelist and has returned to finalize a divorce. After all that’s happened, will Torvald be willing to give her what she wants? After all this time, is Nora prepared to face what she left behind?
Joy Christie, Augusta, Ga. Takes on the role of Nora, and Jared Ray, Noble, will play Torvald. Abbey Rinestine and Ciara Renee, both of Lawton, round out the cast as Anne Marie, the nanny, and Emmy, Nora and Torvald’s daughter, respectively.
Dakota Barbee, Walters, serves asassistant scenic designer and is a member of the running crew. Micah Harris, Central High, is part of the running crew and propertiescrew. Emily Whatley, Duke, serves as assistant stage manager.
Nina Alexandra Pebeahsy is the stage manager, Stephanie Sabol is assistant costume designer/wardrobe, MacEwan Sanders serves as light board operator, Maliah Davis is part of the running crew/properties, and Curtis Myers serves as house manager. All are from Lawton.
The production is directed by Professor Scott Richard Klein. Associate Professor Eric Abbott is the Costume and Make-up Designer; Sidni Blalock, Duncan, is the Sound Designer/Sound Operator, and Assistant Professor Ben Williams is the Scenic and Lighting Designer.
The production contains a warning that certain people may find certain scenes objectionable due to language.