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Public Enemy is Critics' Pick!


“Henrik Ibsen pulled off one of theater’s great hairpin turns in “An Enemy of the People.” That play’s titular character, Dr. Thomas Stockmann, starts off as a noble whistle-blower, only to turn into a fanatical crusader who delivers a proto-Ayn Randian aria of elitist contempt for the masses.”

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"...the rage, the conscious, the soul of theatre telling us we must listen.”

“thanks to Mr. Cole and Mr. Brooks, the production captures the essence of an Ibsen play, the rage, the conscious, the soul of theatre telling us we must listen.”
–New York Theatre Review

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