Written by Alice Birch
Directed by Anthea Williams
Performed by students of the UNSW course ARTS2122: Performance Production
Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. is a theatrical assault – a detonation of what womanhood means in the 21st Century. The play examines the language, behaviour and forces that shape gender and the lives of women, and asks what is stopping us from doing something truly radical to change these.
Playwright Alice Birch has created theatre that doesn’t behave itself; an apt metaphor for the mess we’ve got ourselves into. Director Anthea Williams, with the Creative Practice Lab and UNSW students, has created a welcome lesson in disobedience.
Audience numbers are strictly limited.
Performance dates and times
Tues 23 Feb, 7:30pm // Sold out. Join the wait list.
Wed 24 Feb, 7:30pm // Sold out. Join the wait list.
Thurs 25 Feb, 7:30pm // Sold out. Join the wait list.
Fri 26 Feb, 7:30pm // Sold out. Join the wait list.
Sat 27 Feb, 2pm Matinee // Sold out. Join the wait list.
Content warning: This production includes adult themes, explicit language, depictions of violence, and mention of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Anthea Williams // Director
Mark Mitchell // Production Manager
Paul Matthews // Designer
Meg Mumford // Course Convenor
Noah Cohen Stoddart
James Bott, Matthew Pyor, Adithya Rajendran, George Papadogiannis
Image // photographed by Defne Huzmeli