Nora's Playhouse

The Nora Salon: B-Town is January 19th!

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The next gathering of our monthly reading series, The Nora Salon, is Friday, January 19th.
We hope you’ll join us for a glass of wine, friendly conversation,
and an informal reading of Julie Kling’s teleplay, the sitcom pilot: B-Town.

For 35 years, everything has gone right for Ally Troth. She’s the Founder & CEO of Vulvelle, a wildly successful wellness brand that proudly sells vitamins in the name of feminism. When Ally suddenly loses everything in a major scandal, she’s forced to move across the pond to live with her husband’s kooky parents, who run a retirement home on the English seaside. Ally grapples with her strange new life and identity in B-Town, full of retirees, rain, and the occasional shitting pigeon.


The Nora Salon: B-Town
Friday, January 19th at 7pm
90th Street & Third Avenue, Upper East Side, NYC

hosted by Julie Kling

January’s Salon is currently FULL.
Please email us at to add your name to the wait list.

Suggested donation: $10


A DOLL’S HOUSE opens on February 8th!

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Congratulations to the recently announced cast of A Doll’s House! Rehearsals started this week and the production opens at Cloverdale Playhouse in Montgomery, Alabama on February 8th!


NORA HELMER…..Sarah Adkins
KRISTINE LINDE…..Mariah Reilly
NILS KROGSTAD…..Michael Buchanan
DR. RANK…..Christopher Crockett
NANNY ANNE-MARIE…..Camilla Armstrong
HELENE THE MAID…..Trinity Ross
CHILDREN…..Margaret Flowers, Jake Jordan, Evolette Gray Mullins

Tickets are available now on Eventbrite!

Cloverdale Playhouse, in collaboration with Nora’s Playhouse, presents

A Doll’s House

by Henrik Ibsen
a new version by Frank McGuinness
directed by Caroline Reddick Lawson

February 8 – 18, 2018

in Montgomery, AL at The Elizabeth Crump Theatre, Cloverdale Playhouse

Nora, vibrant housewife and mother of three, appears to enjoy living the life of a pampered, indulged child. Nonetheless, she suffers from a crippling dependency on her husband. Nora’s acceptance of the status quo is put under a microscope and the illusions behind her marriage are exposed. Henrik Ibsen’s classic work examines fundamental inequalities surrounding gender roles, power, independence and money. In a time in our society where women still fight for equality and a voice, this classic work illuminates that as women and as humans, our choices are rarely easy and often come at great cost, and makes us examine which choices are worth it.

Peace, Joy, and Goodwill to ALL!

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Have a wonderful holiday season and a very happy new year!

It’s not to late to show your support for Nora’s Playhouse and women theatre artists. To make a year-end contribution (and receive your tax-deduction for 2017), simply click on the “Donate” button below. Thanks!