Revolt. She said. Revolt again.
‘Who knew the world could be so awful’: Alice Birch’s apocalyptic feminist theatre is reviewed by Sandra D'Urso for The Conversation.
Alice Birch’s production, Revolt. She said. Revolt again., at Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre, has been staged before as part of the 2014 Midsummer Mischief festival at Royal Court in London. The play was a response to a famous feminist provocation, “well behaved women seldom make history”. The provocation belongs to the historian, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, who also adjudicated the plays to be included in London’s radical season.
To read the full review by Sandra D'urso please visit the Conversation.
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