Google Doll

Written by Nina Louise Morrison

Directed by Steve Bogart

September 24 & 25, 2016

Boston Public Library, Commonwealth Salon (Copley Branch)


Please note that this is a workshop performance, and will be read script-in-hand. This is an exciting opportunity to see where the play is at in its developmental journey -- while there will be some movement, props, costumes, and design elements, the script is still in progress and this is not a fully staged production.



Nora and Torvald are marooned on islands of their own making in this synesthetic adaptation of A DOLL'S HOUSE. As their warped game of telephone threatens to overwhelm them, will they find a way to communicate? GOOGLE DOLL explores the exuberant beauty and futility of translation.

Please Note:

This performance runs approximately one hour.


Show Dates and Times

September 25 & 26, 2016

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Cast and Production Team

Ensemble: Claire Davies, Sarah Gazdowicz, Caitlin Gjerdrum, Mal Malme


Playwright - Nina Louise Morrison
Director - Steven Bogart
Dramaturg - Ramona Ostrowski
Stage Manager - Vivian Yee
Choreography- Alex Johnson
Sound Design - Andrew Duncan Will



Nina Louise Morrison is a playwright, director and teacher with an MFA from Columbia University. She is a Huntington Theatre Company Playwriting Fellow, winner of the SpeakEasy Stage Company 2016 Boston Project, a PlayLab Affiliate at Company One, a core member of the devising company Project: Project, and a member of Rhombus writers. Her plays have been read and produced by the Huntington Theatre, SpeakEasy Stage, Company One, Fresh Ink Theatre, 20% Theatre, Kitchen Theatre, Saltbox Theatre, Open Theatre Project, Our Voices, WOW Café, SLAM Boston, Wax Wings, Bostonia Bohemia, and the Boston One Minute Play Festival.  She was a semi-finalist for the 2014 National Playwrights Conference and she is the recipient of a Richard Rodgers Fellowship and a Shubert Foundation grant. Before moving to Boston, Nina was the Senior Program Associate at the Philadelphia Theater Initiative. She also trained as an actor at the National Theatre Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, the New Actors Workshop, and received her BA from Oberlin College.  She teaches playwriting at Grub Street and the University of New Hampshire.