National Theatre of Scotland’s The Bacchae starring Alan Cumming may not be the only Edinburgh International Festival hit to gain a London berth this year. We hear Dollhouse, an absurdist recreation of Ibsen’s 1879 classic from avant-garde New York company Mabou Mines and director Lee Breuer, may also be heading south, possibly for a limited season in the West End. The piece seeks to overturn traditional ideas of female subjugation in a male dominated society by having all of the drama’s belittled female characters played by tall women and all of the overbearing men played by male midgets.