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Hedda and George have just returned from their honeymoon, but when her former lover Eilert appears with a brilliant new manuscript, George’s hopes for a professorship are dimmed. Hedda’s desperate dissatisfaction with her life leads to dangerous choices in this startling portrait of a woman hell-bent on destruction.   

Recorded before a live audience at the UCLA James Bridges Theater in June 2019.  

Directed by Debbie Devine
Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg
Josh Bitton as Eilert Lovborg
JD Cullum as George Tesman
Gregory Harrison as Judge Brack
Shannon Holt as Aunt Julie
Tesman Elizabeth Ruscio as Berta
Jocelyn Towne as Hedda Gabler
Karen Malina White as Mrs. Thea Elvsted   

Associate Artistic Director: Anna Lyse Erikson
Recording Engineer, Sound Designer, Mixer: Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood
Senior Radio Producer: Ronn Lipkin
Foley Artist: Brian Wallace
Production Manager: Elena Cruz
Editor: Neil Wogenson

©2019 L.A. Theatre Works (P)2019 L.A. Theatre Works

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ABSOLUTELY DREADFUL PERFORMANCE

Shouting is not acting. Utterly over done. More like an amateur production. Returning for refund.

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  • 12-11-19

Perhaps this didn’t translate well

This kind of play has outlived its time. The story is not for today’s tastes. The actors all shouted and overacted. Hedda’s husband sounded like a woman with a low voice. The judge was the most natural but even he could not overcome the last terrible line of this awful play.