yale cabaret, january 24-26, 2007

ibsen’s epic dramatic poem and philosophical treatise on man’s relationship to god and sacrifice.  condensed into a 50 minute avalanche with two actors staged entirely on a craggy mountain slope.  

photos: blair benham-pyle, ydn  /  paul gelinas


by henrik ibsen / translated by robert david macdonald / designed by: paul gelinas (sets), anya klepikov (costumes), ji-youn chang (lights), veronika vorel (sound) / with: brad love, lisa birnbaum / produced by michael barker / directed by mike donahue


“undoubtedly talented mike donahue”

-yale daily news