Adapted and directed a unique new telling of this classic with choreography by Olivier Wevers of the dance company Whim W’Him.
“In this production of Henrik Ibsen’s 1890 play, directed by Andrew Russell, Intiman’s new artistic director, there is an estimable core of good acting and directorial wit. It delivers the single most important experience in theater — you want to know what happens next. It is so vivid that no matter how well you know the play you can still be surprised by turns of phrase and the course of action.” - Crosscut
“Director Andrew Russell has assembled a script... that removes the overt statements that can make Ibsen feel dated. This text is heated by barely veiled innuendo and tantalizing ambiguity that most of the cast plays smartly with choices that feel in the moment and nearly improvised.” - The Sun Break
“...this Hedda is worth seeing.” - The Stranger