WHEN it opens in Cardiff next week, Clwyd Theatr Cymru's take on A Doll's House will be bring one of the more controversial plays to the stage.
Henrik Ibsen's landmark drama, which shocked audiences when it was first staged, is a radical portrayal of a modern woman's journey to self-awareness and independence.
Nora is a young, beautiful woman who is blissfully in love with her lawyer husband, Torvald.
Yet beneath the surface of their domestic idyll, her life is entangled in deception, forgery and extortion.
She risks everything to conceal the truth and protect her husband's reputation but finds herself in a struggle against a far more deep-rooted oppression - Torvald's image of …