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Publisher's Summary

This collection of three of Henrik Ibsen's most well-known and important plays is voiced by a sparkling cast and features music, SFX and a full soundscape.
Hedda Gabler
A poignant study of loneliness, impotent rage and societal expectations breeding a certain kind of madness, this trailblazing play focusses on Hedda Gabler, 'the general's daughter', and her rising feelings of anger and jealousy towards a former schoolmate, fuelled by her lack of control in her own life.
When a former suitor comes back into her life, bringing with him all kinds of complication, passion and history, Hedda devises a plot to win back her power...which ultimately leads to a very civilized sort of chaos and, ultimately, tragedy.
Full cast: Laura Carmichael, James Parkes, Rachel Atkins, Sarah Whitehouse, Christopher Dane, Harry Myers, Fiz Marcus.
A Doll's House
Nora Helmers is her husband Torvald's adorable 'little doll'. Pretty and doll-like in her doll's house with her healthy children and seemingly respectable life, she and her family have it all...or so it seems.
Behind closed doors, like a lot of Ibsen's antiheroines, Nora is unhappy and unfulfilled. She is thoughtful, intelligent and trapped, playing the role of a dutiful wife in a situation that doesn't arouse any of her passions, in a society that believes that she shouldn't have any.
A fascinating before-its-time window onto a world where expectations of women were streets apart from the contemporary world, Ibsen's masterpiece is a study in strength, determination and hard choices against all the odds.
Full cast: Laura Carmichael, Edward Harrison, Christopher Dane, Sarah Whitehouse, Harry Myers, Jessica Dennis, Josephine Arden.
An Enemy of the People
A true classic and a play for our modern times in equal measure. A perhaps unintentional parody on 'fake news', the hysteria of the masses and publicly shaming individuals to the point of breakdown, this story follows one man's struggle to do the right thing and speak the truth in the face of extreme social intolerance.
Sometimes farcical, sometimes terrifying, An Enemy of the People is a parable for crazy times and a cautionary tale for those who dare to challenge the establishment.
Full cast: Owen Teale, Sarah Whitehouse, Christopher Dane, James Parkes, Edward Harrison, David Forest, Ben Whitehead, Harry Myers, Neil Frost, Paul Anthony, Liis Mikk, Josephine Arden.
Hedda Gabler - (Chapters 1-4)
A Doll’s House - (Chapters 5-7)
An Enemy of the People - (Chapters 8-12).
Public Domain (P)2016 Audible, Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Keith on 07-06-17


Ibsen's work is just filled with masterpieces- great collection, great performances - particularly Enemy, which is the perfect satire.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Highlight on 04-24-18


This is a very disappointing collecton of the great Ibsen classics. I got as far as Hedda Gabbler one of my favourite plays and after ten minuets begged to switch off. The lead actress and actor are APPALLINGLY amatuer, their performances are unlistenable. I have Diana Rigg on a televised Hedda and Juliet Stevens in a radio Hedda production and both play the part of Hedda Gabbler to aplomb. The actors in this version have no idea how to act, their version is sickly, headachey and PAINFUL. How did this get past AUDITION!

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