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By Henrik Ibsen,Frank McGuinness
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Ellida is fed on via her eager for the ocean, through the promise of the unknown. The startling arrival of a stranger stirs her wishes and lures her again to the water's facet. Now Ellida needs to confront either the previous and a hope for freedom that can break her.
Frank McGuinness's model of Henrik Ibsen's The girl from the Sea premiered on the Arcola Theatre, London, in April 2008.
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