Gabler, Hedda

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Gabler,

Hedda, main character in a play by Henrik Ibsen who kills herself during pregnancy to avoid a scandal.
Hedda Gabler syndrome - suicide committed while pregnant
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In creating Hedda Gabler, a disappointed wife who is confrontational and reluctant to conform, he was giving audiences a character who has been compared to Hamlet in her tortured angst.
POWERFUL PERFORMANCES: Huddersfield Thespians in Hedda Gabler (from left) Helen Kapil, Alistair Cheetham and Hannah Head.
Sheridan Smith - who has previously won two Olivier awards for her stage roles - was named best actress in recognition of her portrayal of Hedda Gabler.
She's come a long way from her am-dram days (including a stint in Bugsy Malone with Hannah Spearritt) and is currently treading the boards in the high falutin' Hedda Gabler on the West End stage and starring as a hooker who tests out the first-ever vibrator (all in a day's work) in the new film Hysteria, which we quiz her about on page 6.
MRS BIGGS ITV1, 9pm It's not everyone who can claim to have starred in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps and taken the title role in a West End production of the Ibsen play Hedda Gabler, but then Sheridan Smith is nothing if not versatile.
Little can she have imagined she would later return to make her main stage solo debut playing the lead role in Hedda Gabler.
Tiina Rosenberg and Maria Shevtsova both incorporate Hedda Gabler into their account of the discourses on women's right, with Rosenberg offering the most interesting explicitly 'gendered' readings of the two productions she describes that 'challenge the hegemonic position of normative heterosexuality' (p.
en los futuros lectores o espectadores, esos que buscan ahora los libros de Henrik Ibsen o siguen las representaciones de sus obras y a los que emociona todavia cuando Nora Helmer dice adios a su marido y da un portazo inequivoco, o se aturden cuando Hedda Gabler se dispara en la sien?
Mary Buss returns to the Lord Leebrick stage to portray Hedda Gabler.
It is symptomatic that the young directors : Nina Chusova, Migdaugas Karbauskis, and Irina Keruchenko all presented Hedda Gabler in Moscow.