arts 12.8.10

BAM Theater: Alan Rickman in Ibsen's
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Jan 7—Feb 6

By Henrik Ibsen in a new version by Frank McGuinness
Abbey Theatre, Ireland
Directed by James Macdonald

Save 20%—Tickets Start at $20 with a Theater Package
(Reg. Tickets Start at $25)

“Alan Rickman delivers an eloquent performance as Borkman”
—Sunday Business Post (IRELAND)

“Three of the English-speaking world's most shining theatrical lights battling it out on stage.”
—Irish Independent (IRELAND)

“Fiona Shaw is perfectly cast”
—Irish Mail (IRELAND)

“Few theaters in modern times have had greater impact on their own society than the Abbey.”
—The New York Times

Greed is good, according to Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman—until it sends him to prison for embezzlement and leaves him ruined, disgraced, and desperate for a comeback. Two-time Tony Award nominee Alan Rickman (Private Lives), Tony Award nominee Fiona Shaw (Medea), and Tony Award winner Lindsay Duncan (Private Lives) join forces to tell this timely tale of one man's undoing in the wake of relentless deception and fraud.

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