Creative Team: Iveta Pole, Inga Alsiņa-Lasmane, Andris Bulis, Gatis Gāga, Edgars Samītis, Liena Šmukste
Poster photo: Kārlis Freibergs
Poster Design: Linda Lūse
At the time when Ibsen writes “Hedda Gabler” a woman is expected to perform the role of a perfect wife, mother and homemaker. Hedda is not able to fit into this range. In the struggle between the imposed societal norms and her own thirst for freedom Hedda becomes a symbol for courageous emancipation, but also for obsession and manipulation. What is torturing Hedda?
Latvian Ministry of Welfare supports the European Social Fund project “Support for Social Entrepreneurship” No. 22.214.171.124/15/I/001.