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Article "All Dolled Up"
Article "All Dolled Up"
The University Players’ new production is “A Doll’s House”, written by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. The show will star sophomore Chauntee Schuler as Nora and freshman Steve Travers as Torvald, Nora’s husband. Interviews of the cast members, Assistant Director Julie Bevevino, and Director Walter Schoen provide insight as to the atmosphere on set and the context of the play. Although the focus of the character relationships within the play is on interracial issues, sophomore Chauntee Schuler believes that, “the best way to handle the issue (is) to not make it a racial issue, but a people issue.” The make-up, set, design, and costumes on the show all intentionally encompass a Norwegian style as each detail is meant to portray the life within a “doll house”. Director Schoen encourages the University of Richmond community to watch the production in the Alice Jepson Theatre in the Modlin Center Thursday through Saturday evenings, with an additional matinee performance on Sunday.
Chan, Tiffanie. "All Dolled Up." The University of Richmond Collegian 88, no. 6, (October 4, 2001): 13. https://collegian.richmond.edu/?a=d&d=COL20011004.2.27&srpos=5&e=-------en-20--1--txt-txIN-
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Chan, Tiffanie, “Article "All Dolled Up",” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed January 18, 2020, http://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/3326.