Everyman Repertory Theatre, midcoast’s professional theatre company, will present the Maine premiere of the 2017 Tony Award-nominated A Doll’s House, Part 2 by Lucas Hnath, at the Camden Opera House on three consecutive weekends, beginning Saturday, November 10.

“Plays like this don’t come from nowhere,” said Everyman’s artistic director, Paul Hodgson, “and Hnath’s decision to write a ‘sequel’ to Ibsen’s feminist masterpiece is part of the #metoo zeitgeist.”

David Troup, who is directing Everyman’s production, said: “There’s no question that the original Ibsen classic stands up on its own today. But the Me Too movement has shed light on so much pain, and in doing that, has raised questions for all of us. This play attempts to bring some of these questions to the stage.”

The cast features Jennifer Hodgson in the role of Nora, Paul Hodgson as Torvald, Lincolnville’s Christine West as the children’s nurse Anne Marie and New York City actor Erin Christine Walsh in the role of Emmy, Nora’s grown-up daughter. The set design is by Rockland sculptor/maker Andrew White, lights are by Tom Sadowski, costumes by Elaine Bielenberg and an original musical score is being composed by Nathan Davis, one of the co-founders of Rockland’s Steel House.

A Doll’s House, Part 2 will open at the Camden Opera House at 7 p.m. on Saturday, November 10, with subsequent performances at 7 p.m. on Saturday, November 17, and Friday and Saturday, November 23 and 24, as well as Sunday performances at 3 p.m. on November 11 and 18.

Thomas Oldham from Colby College’s Theater and Dance Department will speak after Sunday’s matinee on November 11, and Katalin Vecsey, senior lecturer in theatre at Bates College, will speak after the November 18 matinee. Both will address the sociological context of both the original play and its successor.

Tickets — $20 for adults and $10 for students — may be purchased by visiting www.everymanrep.org, by calling the theatre box office at 236-0173, or at The Grasshopper Shop in Rockland, Zoot Coffee in Camden or Left Bank Books in Belfast.