Spanning three striking parts, Trilogy takes its shape as a celebratory venture into modern-day feminism. This performance triptych examines and interrogates the joys and complexities of being a young woman today, whilst driving steadfast into the future with commitment and hope. Green and her company deliver relentless, raw energy in this thrilling new art-work designed to challenge, inspire and make way for positive change.
A twenty-minute introductory performance climaxing with a large-scale, naked ensemble choreography, featuring up to 50 local women. This part facilitates the coming together of a community of local women who are invited to share in a process taking place in the week leading up to the performance. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE PART OR WANT TO HEAR MORE contact Alice on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01524 592994, or see the 'projects' section of this website.
'...a politically engaged and joyous examination of what it really means to be a woman.' - The Guardian
A performative response to the 1971 feminist panel discussion Town Bloody Hall; a landmark debate on feminism and womens liberation. Featuring Norman Mailer, Jacqueline Cebellos, Germaine Greer, Jill Johnston and Diana Trilling.
'...Shudderingly powerful.' - The Scotsman
a performative presentation, introducing the interactive web-based project www.makeyourownherstory.org
The performance also involves an invitation, which calls on the women in the audience to participate in a daring and defiant task at the end of the piece...
'A never-to-be forgotten moment.' - The Herald
*A Night Less Ordinary - There are a limited number of free tickets available for this performance to those aged 16-25. Please contact the box office for further details.
Saturday 30 January 2010 @ 8pm