|A Doll's House star, Hattie Morahan, with actor Alan Cox. (Photo: Elena Olivo.)|
Minutes after Nora slammed the door on stage, actress Hattie Morahan made an elegant entrance to the after-party where guests were treated to a classic English-themed spread—Brooklyn style—complete with mini shepherd’s pies, corned beef sliders, and pea soup shooters. Brooklyn Gin served up a custom cocktail for the night with fresh lemon juice, ginger, club soda, and Owl’s Brew Classic—an artisanal mixer crafted from English Breakfast tea.
|From left to right: Steve Toussaint, Mabel Clements, and Dominic Rowan. (Photo: Elena Olivo.)|
BAM President Karen Brooks Hopkins and Norway’s Consul General in New York Elin Rognlie greeted the crowd on behalf of the Royal Norwegian Consulate General who lent their support to this production in honor of Henrik Ibsen, perhaps Norway’s most famous playwright, theater director, and poet.
From left to Right: BAM Executive Producer Joe Melillo, Elin Rognlie, Young Vic Artistic Director David Lan, and Karen Brooks Hopkins. (Photo: Elena Olivo.)