The Guardian Kate Wyver ︎︎︎︎

The clench of a gun feels genuinely dangerous in Nina Segal’s sharp, twisting story of coercive control and the slippery business of pretending for a living – a co-production between the Rose theatre and the Norwegian Ibsen Company. Knowledge of Ibsen’s original may add extra layers to this clever play but it isn’t required in the slightest to enjoy the aching tension and delicious absurdity of Jeff James’s immensely confident production… Shooting Hedda Gabler is a piercing, stylish reinvention of Ibsen’s classic. Watching it feels like licking a live wire.