I'll be in Sea Change at 7:00 with a Meetup sign. I'm planning on just grabbing a rush ticket at the last minute, but you can make a reservation if you prefer. Nora (Sarah Agnew, The Home Place, Major Barbara) seems to have it all: a successful husband, three adorable children and a beautiful home in Lincoln Park. What looks like the picture perfect life, outfitted in the latest from Pottery Barn, is actually a complicated trap of secrets and lies, from which there is no easy bailout. Using Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece A Doll's House as a springboard, award-winning playwright Rebecca Gilman has crafted a bold and insightful adaptation that transports Ibsen's classic into 21st century suburbia. With a happily-ever-after ending that is audacious today as Ibsen's original was over a century ago, Gilman's Dollhouse raises questions about women and financial independence, marriage and motherhood, and how keeping up with the Joneses may be setting us behind. This production contains strong language.