Thursday 12th to Saturday 14th April and Wednesday 18th to Saturday 21st April 2018
Directed by Archie McKeown
Hedda Gabler tells the story of Hedda; a woman trapped in a loveless marriage, bound by society's expectations and living under her famous father's shadow. When old aquaintances arrive, Hedda finds herself caught in a perpetual downward spiral and power and influence are threatened by the events set in motion.
This exciting re-imagining of Henrik Ibsen's classic, incorporates music and physical theatre to explore the wide-ranging and still highly relevant themes.
This play was staged at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre (formerly Havant Arts Centre), East Street Havant - Bench Theatre's home since 1977.
|Hedda Tesman/ Gabler||Katie Watson|
|George Tesman||Chris Davey|
|Juliana Tesman||Sue Dawes|
|Thea Elvsted||Frances Peters|
|Judge Brack||Steve Burt|
|Eilert Loevberg||Stuart Riley|
|Ensemble||Julie Wood, Jeff Bone, Ben Tanner, Suzy Gains|
|Assistant Director/Producer||Jacquie Penrose|
|Stage Manager||Tasmin Halford|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Alan Welton|
|Lighting and Sound Design||Phil Hanley|
|Lighting Operation||Phil Hanley|
|Sound Operation||Phil Hanley|
|Flyer Design||Dan Finch|
|Costumes||Archie McKeown, Jacquie Penrose|
|Set Design||Archie McKeown, Jacquie Penrose|
|Set Construction||Julie Wood|
|Programme Editor||Derek Callam|