Hedda Gabler is widely regarded as a masterpiece in the genre of realistic writing and one of the finest stage works ever written.
The narrative revolves around Hedda, the daughter of a general, who has recently returned from her honeymoon with George Tesman, her husband—a young man devoted to academic research. Their marriage was not founded on love but rather on a compromise since Hedda believed her days of youthful romantic adventures were behind her. However, her life takes a complex turn when she crosses paths with Ejlert Lövborg, a rival of both hers and her husband’s from their student days, and with whom she shares a past intimate connection.
Director: Daniel Azzopardi
Script: Henrik Ibsen
Translation and Adaptation: Simone Spiteri