Cast Announced for HEDDA GABLER at Dayton Theatre Guild

DTGWe are pleased to announce the cast of HEDDA GABLER
Adapted by Christopher Shinn

  • Kelli Locker as Hedda Gabler
  • Matt Meier as Jørgen Tesman
  • Jared Mola as Eilert Løvborg
  • Kayla Graham as Thea Elvsted
  • Zach Katris as Judge Brack
  • Melissa Ertsgaard as Juliane Tesman
  • Stacey Brewer as Berthe


This Broadway adaptation of Ibsen’s timeless drama presents a sympathetic, yet striking and powerful, Hedda in the classic tale of her struggle to find a means of escape from a loveless, ordinary existence. Returning from her honeymoon, Hedda finds herself already bored of her husband, and longing for the days when she was free to exercise her wild and independent whims. With the return of an old flame and a proposition from an amorous judge, she begins a dangerous game, amusing herself by manipulating and destroying everyone around her in an attempt to regain control of her life.

Directed by David Shough
Produced by Rick Flynn & Christina Tomazinis

The show runs weekends Jun 2-18, 2023

First Weekend: Friday 8pm, Saturday 8pm, Sunday 3pm
Second & Third Weekend: Friday 8pm, Saturday 5pm, Sunday 3pm

Individual tickets on sale now

Adult: $20
Senior (60 or older): $18
Student: $13 click on “Tickets” button or “Get Your Tickets Now”
– or call 937-278-5993
– or at the box office day of the show

*All individual tickets purchased in advance via our on-line ticket system or by telephone will also include a $1 convenience fee.

**Special pricing for groups of 10 or more, call the Box Office at 937-278-5993 for pricing

Children under 7 will not be admitted

For more information, including future auditions, see


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