CURRENTLY IN DEVELOPMENT
Four muses, two models, one painting; The Lady Lilith.
Isle of Apples explores the lives of a group of Pre-Raphaelite muses to question why women are prescribed the role of ‘victim’ in any given situation.
That being a straight/ bi woman means:
YOU WILL BE EMOTIONALLY HURT BY MAN.
DO NOT GET EMOTIONALLY HURT BY MAN.
IT MAKES YOU SMALLER AND LESS DESIRABLE IF YOU ARE EMOTIONALLY HURT.
IT MEANS YOU LOST.
(don’t get hurt)
We do not think victim is a dirty word. We know women are often victims. So we question how that fear of pain leaks into our minds and affects how we act.
Isle of Apples will be performed at Tobacco Factory Theatre's on Sunday 16th June as part of Prototype.
We will also be performing in Swindon on Saturday 6th July with FUSE Festival in the Shoebox Theatre.