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Hedda Noir

by Jack Grinhaus
adapted from Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler

It is 1940 in Windsor Ontario Canada. A shot is fired. And so begins the mystery of Hedda Noir!

One of theatre history’s greatest plays, Hedda noir tells the story of a beautiful Hedda of the late General Gabler, who too proud to lose the only power she believes she can still wield, sets in motion a tragic series of events that builds to a climactic and explosive finish. In this new adaptation set in the 1940’s and with an exciting original design sourced from the Film Noir genre this highly theatrical production is a must see for any theatre goer!! A Murder Mystery that’s less about the WHO and more about the HOW and WHY!!

2 hours PLUS a 15 minute intermission


Hedda Gabler - Lauren Brotman
George Tesman - Ian Farthing
Julia Tesman - Deborah Drakeford
Elliot Lovborg - Ray Strachan
Thea Elvstead - Sharmila Dey
Judge Brack - Stewart Arnott


Director/Adapter - Jack Grinhaus
Stage Manager - Heather Thompson
Assistant Director - Melissa Glover
Set Design - Brian Ball
Lighting Design - John Webber
Costume Design - Jeff Chief
Apprentice Stage Manager - Michael Kast


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" An intense production that addresses destructive social issues at a rapid-fire pace. "
- Mooney on Theatre