Lyttelton Theatre, National
World after world is erected and torn down around them. The one constant is the ivy-clas house in Zagreb, build by aristocrats, owned by all, owned by a few; witness to four increasingly educated and independent generations of women.
But when the family assemble for Lucia's wedding, Alisa learns that her nouveau-riche brother in law has bought the once nationalized house. For the bride this is progress, for her sister it's a shady act of greed. For their principled parents, finally, it's one battle too many.