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Hedda, die Tochter des Generals Gabler, und Ehemann Jørgen Tesman sind soeben von ihrer Hochzeitsreise nach Kristiania zurückgekehrt. Jørgen Tesman ist ein fleißiger, pedantischer Mann, der während der sechsmonatigen Reise hauptsächlich an einem kulturwissenschaftlichen Buch gearbeitet hat, von dem er hofft, dass dessen Veröffentlichung ihm einen Doktortitel und eine Professorenstelle an der Universität einbringen wird. Hedda liebt Jørgen nicht. Sie betrachtet ihn mit Gleichgültigkeit; er besitzt kein Gespür für Heddas Weiblichkeit. Sie hat ihn nur geheiratet, weil sie hoffte, dass ihr diese Ehe eine geachtete gesellschaftliche Stellung sichern werde. Hedda wird die Sinnlosigkeit ihrer Ehe deutlich, als sie erfährt, dass Ejlert Løvborg wieder in der Stadt ist....

Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) warfare ein norwegischer Dramatiker und Lyriker, der gegen die ethical und „Lebenslüge" seiner Zeit zu Felde zog und im „Kampf der Geschlechter" im Gegensatz zu August Strindberg den Standpunkt der Frau vertrat. Seine bürgerlichen Dramen zeigten ethischen Ernst und großes psychologisches Einfühlungsvermögen.

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89 Houseman drove across the country back to the East Coast, leaving Welles with a rather civil but clear letter of separation. Throughout their partnership, Welles had been shockingly “rude” to Houseman; Houseman, to his credit, had suffered it because of the great art they had created. But now their partnership seemed to be at an end, and Barr struggled to fill the gaping administrative hole in the Mercury operation, a near impossibility since Welles and Houseman complemented each other’s artistic sensibilities so perfectly.

44 Barr found a safe haven in his gay partners and friends. It was something that fed his creativity and his sense of identity. ” The last theatrical production under the Welles-Houseman management, Five Kings, negotiated by Houseman as a collaboration with the Theatre Guild, was so enormous that the Mercury could not possibly accommodate it in its tiny Comedy Theatre. From the beginning, the sheer size of the production was clearly beyond the reach of the fledgling Mercury players and fraught with disaster.

Ironically, as Barr himself makes clear in his memoirs, he had no idea whose original idea it was to make Citizen Kane, despite what is stated in his personal affidavit. The affidavit implies that Welles had outlined the entire Citizen Kane project to John Houseman at the Twenty-One Club in New York City. But Barr denies even knowing that this affidavit even existed. ” However, Welles insisted that it was Mankiewicz he wanted, and it was Houseman who managed to get Mankiewicz to agree. 100 Shortly after this initial meeting, according to the affidavit, Mankiewicz was retained by Mercury Productions to write the script, and “it was determined” that Houseman and Mankiewicz would move to a dude ranch at Victorville.

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