Director of Theatre Joyce Maltby is pleased to announce HPU’s spring production of Ibsen’s “.”
Ibsen, the father of modern drama, created one of the most confounding and complex characters when he first penned Hedda Gabler in 1891. Since then, Hedda has become one of the most talked about fictional women in all of drama, "the female Hamlet." She bewitches her audiences, and over a century later still has the capacity to shock. Just back from her honeymoon and bored with her marriage and domestic life, Hedda manipulates her situation to devastating effect. Through Hedda, Ibsen reveals the bitter conflicts and thwarted longings that lie just below the "civilized" transactions of daily life.
This classic piece of theatre features two HPU students in the cast and one student on the production team. MORE...
HPU's Paul & Vi Loo Theatre Ustore Box Office: 808-375-1282
The HPU community, family and friends are invited: Come hang out and see paintings, photography, digital media and cinematic screenings. Eat, drink and be merry. … Don’t miss our fabulous HPU HIP HOP Crew perform live on stage at 5:30 p.m. Then First Look Awards for best art and media will be presented, followed by cinematic screenings on two big screens. Free food provided by Cafe Che Pasta. 5 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Pier 10 Aloha Tower. Saturday, May 4, 2013.