Capitol Shakespeare, in partnership with the State Historical Society of North Dakota presents A Doll’s House. Free performances will be presented March 5-6 at 7pm nightly and March 7 at 2pm at the Russell Reid Auditorium in the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum. The performance is free to the public, donations accepted. For more information about the show and Capitol Shakespeare visit www.capitolshakespeare.org. In Henrik Ibsen's groundbreaking 1879 play, a childlike wife and mother accustomed to an existence built around her husband Torvald, comes to confront the truth of her marriage. A Doll’s house is considered the birth of Modern theater and started a whole revolution of the theater experience. The play was vital in establishing realism as a theatrical form, and continues to be a provocative depiction of a woman suffering in a man's world. Capitol Shakespeare is a non-profit organization committed to producing a free, outdoor Shakespeare play on the capitol grounds each summer, an American classic each winter, and various outreach programs for children and teenagers throughout the year.