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Henrik Ibsen first wrote An Enemy of the People in 1882 as a response to the public's reaction to his play Ghosts. The play debuted on Broadway with an adaptation by Arthur Miller in 1950, and the show has been revived twice since then. A new adaptation of the classic play, by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, also played a limited run at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in 2012. Find a selection of An Enemy of the People tickets above.
An Enemy of the People is about politics, dishonesty, ethics and hypocrisy. Dr. Thomas Stockman is a man who has recently discovered toxins in the new baths installed in the city that have been causing serious illness, and he tries to warn public officials. But because the baths are such a large source of revenue for the town, his reports are met with resistance and he tries to appeal to the public themselves. Find out if Stockman's pleas succeed with An Enemy of the People tickets.