A classic play about modern condition, this new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's classic play, The Dollhouse, is all about sex, money and property.
It tells the story of Nora and her journey from yummy mummy to liberated woman, with all that comes in between.
The Dollhouse is sited as one of the most famous tales in theatre history and has now been masterfully transposed by director Daniel Schlusser into a contemporary domestic horror.
The Dollhouse will play at fortyfivedownstairs from 14-25 September. Tickets are available from the venue's official website or the Melbourne Fringe Festival.