Nora, a show based on Ibsen’s most famous play, A Doll’s House, speaks of the search for one’s own identity, individual freedom, and the emancipation of women, themes that are still relevant today, even though the original play was first performed at the end of the 19th century.
In Nora, we return to the moment when our protagonist begins the secure and stable life she is destined for and believes she wants. In time, she will discover that she has acted to fit into the world she has been forced to live in.
Nora thinks that doing what is expected of her will keep her safe, but in the end, she responds by dropping the pretense, accepting the consequences, taking risks, and facing the unknown.
The show presents the two faces of a woman: the visible one and the hidden one, which is the only one that is revealed, almost unintentionally, in the course of the play.
The reworking of the central character of A Doll’s House from a contemporary sensibility delves into a debate that is more present than ever: the place of women in our society. The language of dance allows us to see Nora – and her rejection of the place given to her – from an emotional and sensitive perspective, liberated from the intellectual discourse that usually accompanies it’ – Antonio C. Guijosa

Direction and Choreography: Esther Tablas
Version and libretto: Esther Tablas y Antonio C. Guijosa
Stage direction: Antonio C. Guijosa
Musical composition: Josete Ordóñez
Performer: Ana del Rey / Esther Tablas
Musician: Josete Ordóñez
· Nora: Carmen del Valle
· Helmer: Manuel Galiana
· Aksel: Juan Carlos Mestre

Lighting design: Olga García (AAI)
Costumes: Carmen17
Scenic space design: Mónica Teijeiro
Sound space design: Mar Navarro
Photography: marcosGpunto
Production: Rajatabla Producciones S.L