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In these days of reality TV and selfies it seems hard to imagine that plays focusing on ordinary people and their lives were once regarded as revolutionary. Van Badham, recent associate artist (writing) at Malthouse Theatre, discusses the historical context of the Henrik Ibsen play 'The Wild Duck'. She explores how it and other works by Ibsen were at the forefront of realism in language style and character development in drama.




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9; 10

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  • The Arts
  • Drama

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