An idealistic fight for truth can be a lonely one to wage. A small-town story of one good man who struggles against corruption and greed-written by the father of Modern Drama, Henrik Ibsen.
“It flames out of a fiery spirit… Mr.Miller’s adaptation… is compact, idiomatic, and eminently actable, and it also preserves Ibsen’s moral point of view.” – New York Times
Thu., Oct. 9 , 10:00am – Free Community Performance
Fri. & Sat., Oct. 10 & 11, 7:00 pm