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Mar 29, 2024

How can a play about rural Norway in 1882 help us process the trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic? That's the question posed by Theater of War Productions, which is hosting readings of The Enemy of the People, by Henrik Ibsen—and then is leading intense community conversations immediately following the productions. Bryan Doerries, artistic director of Theater of War Productions, speaks to Dr. Josh Sharfstein about how this old Norwegian play speaks to the trauma experienced by the public health field and by community members during the pandemic.

You can watch the Ohio productions live via Zoom and participate in the conversation afterwards on April 6 and 7 at 6pm. You can sign up for free under the events tab at http://theaterofwar.com.

If you missed our first conversation about the parallels between the COVID-19 pandemic and The Enemy of the People, you can listen here: https://johnshopkinssph.libsyn.com/132-the-enemy-of-the-people-by-henrik-ibsen-and-parallels-to-the-covid-19-pandemic