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An Enemy of the People is a poignant story that has been reworked into a modern play showcasing satirical drama. Capturing audiences across the globe, the play has made a splash in theaters! Buy your An Enemy of the People theater tickets now!
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An Enemy of the People Theater Tickets

An Enemy of the People is a satirical drama that centers around two brothers who are grappling with the ethical dilemma of exposing a toxic secret about their town. The original story was written by Henrik Ibsen in 1882, but the play was recently modernized by British author Rebecca Lenkiewicz to be a poignantly comical interpretation of the classic story. The newer rendition has An Enemy of the People tickets selling out.

The latest rendition of this story is directed by Doug Hughes, the Tony-winning director of plays such as "Doubt," "The Whipping Man" and "The Royal Family." Hughes is not the only award-winning member of this cast, as four-time Tony winner Boyd Gaines and Emmy winner Richard Thomas take to the stage as Dr. Thomas Stockmann and his brother Mayor Peter Stockmann, respectively.

When Thomas discovers there is chemical waste polluting the town, he approaches his brother about the dire situation. While Thomas' heart is in the right place, Peter believes alerting the community to such news could be more damaging than the toxic waste itself. The story follows Thomas as he tries to alert his neighbors to the dangers they face.