Mabel Clements opens A Dolls House at BAM, New York

Date - 21 February, 2014, All News Opening Nights Press Nights Theatre
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The celebrated Young Vic production of A Doll’s House opens tonight at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York. After a very successful run in 2012, this re-staging of Ibsen’s classic returned to the Young Vic playing in 2013 and now will play at BAM throughout March, featuring Mabel Clements as Helene.

Olivier Award winner Simon Stephens (Punk Rock), director Carrie Cracknell (Elektra) and Tony Award winner Ian MacNeil (Billy Elliot) revive their ‘sexy, passionate interpretation’ (Evening Standard) of Ibsen’s masterpiece for 3 weeks only. Hattie Morahan reprises her Critics’ Circle and Evening Standard Award-winning performance (Best Actress) as Nora, alongside Dominic Rowan (‘superb’ – Time Out) as Torvald in this rapturously received production.


Mabel Clements trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and is additionally a talented musician playing piano and flute up to grade 8. She has been a member of the National Youth Theatre from a young age.

Mabel has extensive film voice over experience, including Sherlock Holmes, My Week with Marilyn, Skyfall, Harry Potter 4,5 and 6, Agent Cody Banks 2, The Brothers Grimm, Narnia and Film 2 Poliakov.

Her theatre credits include Angus Thongs and Even More Snogging at The West Yorkshire Playhouse and Crime and Punishment directed by Dominic Hill which played across the Glasgow Citizens Theatre, Liverpool Playhouse and Edinburgh Lyceum .

She reprised the role of Helene in A Doll's House at BAM in New York after performing with the 2013 Young Vic company.

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