By Henrik Ibsen, version by Florian Borchmeyer
Direction by Thomas Ostermeier
Performed in German with English subtitles
A city’s drinking water is contaminated, and two brothers, the town’s doctor and mayor, line up on opposite sides of a war pitting money and politics against the health and safety of the town. Henrik Ibsen’s classic play is newly considered by director Thomas Ostermeier.
HE WHO STANDS MOST ALONE: A Conversation on Water and Ethics in North Carolina
Featuring NC Senator Erica D. Smith, Senator Mike Woodard, and Representative Deb Butler
Friday, October 5 | 6:30 PM | Gerrard Hall, UNC
Free and open to the public
Carolina Performing Arts, Honors Carolina, and the Institute of Politics invite you to join us for He Who Stands Most Alone: A Conversation on Water and Ethics in North Carolina with Senator Erica D. Smith, Senator Mike Woodard, and Representative Deb Butler. Moderated by Professor Amy Cooke of UNC’s Institute for the Environment, the conversation will reflect on local and statewide issues related to public health, environmental justice, and civic responsibility as they relate to Ibsen’s play, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. This event is part of the Concerts in Context series.
CANCELED: THOMAS OSTERMEIER IN CONVERSATION
Due to unavoidable circumstances, this event has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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