In the second act of the play, I began to notice something I'd overlooked
the first time I'd seen the Ibsen play. After Dr. Stockmann began preaching to the townspeople, he seemed less
and less a hero. He overdid it. He couldn't see how anyone could disbelieve his "scientific truth." When he
accused his brother and the town fathers of turning morality and righteousness upside down, I wondered if he hadn't turned himself upside down as well. He seemed all too glad to find other people's mistakes.
Then a funny thing happened. I started hearing Pete Peterson's voice:
from Production of National Arts Center Theater, Canada