Guilt, love and integrity in a time of change.
At Rosmersholm, Johannes Rosmer's thoughts are dominated by the suicide of his wife, Beata.
He has since cast off religion, his conservative friendships and family traditions.
Supporting the radicals, he wants to inject idealism into the minds of the people.
But brother-in-law Magnus is determined to stop him.
As Rebecca, the independent and outspoken companion of Beata, holds sway over Rosmersholm, Magnus begins to unravel layers of secrets about the younger woman and forces her to come to terms with them.
The result is explosive.
And the question remains; just why did Beata throw herself off the bridge?
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Author: Henrik Ibsen. Version by Paul Collins
Production: The Questors