I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that Henrik Ibsen's play Gengangere (Ghosts) was the most radical, subversive, dangerous and heavily censored play ever written. Its one main challenger, in fact, may well be the Ibsen play that preceded it, Et Dukkehjem [A Doll House] (1879). A Doll House is Ibsen's ferocious dissection of Victorian marriage, and concludes with a scene in which a woman leaves her husband. Ghosts (1881) describes the consequences for a woman who chooses not to leave.
An interview with Find and Sign playwright Wendy MacLeod.
A comic mash-up of Shakespearean proportions.