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A Wonderful Performance Of “A Doll’s House” And Much More At Hudson River Museum

March 17, 2019

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of seeing a fine performance of an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s play, “A Doll House” at a great venue, The Hudson River Museum, located at 511Warburton Avenue in Yonkers, New York.

More specifically, the 1879 play presented by The Sarah Lawrence College Theatre Department,  was staged so effectively in the 1877 home, Glenview.

Andrea Staats directed the fine cast.

Mariah Busk (“Nora”), Jad Boutlini (“Torvald”), Andrei Dolezal (“Rank”), Joanna Eisenberg (“Kristine”) and Michael Noble (“Krogstad”) comprised the cast.

In addition to seeing a wonderful performance, I marveled at all the Hudson River Museum has to offer.

This includes a continuation of their celebration of Women’s History Month, with an event presented by The Cooperstown Graduate Program, SUNY Oneonta, to be held at The Hudson River Museum next Saturday, March 23 at 1:30 pm

There will be a discussion about how oral history accounts offer new perspectives on how we think about gender and politics, education, healthcare, and other important social issues.

It was a wonderful day and I look forward to more events and time spent at Hudson River Museum as well as events involving the following. Please click below for more information.

Cooperstown Graduate Program | SUNY Oneonta

Theatre | Sarah Lawrence College

Hudson River Museum



Hudson River Museum, pictured above.






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