REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN

I have composed the score to the Alice Birth Work of REVOLT at The Malthouse, directed by Janice Muller.

Revolt. She said. Revolt again. is a theatrical assault on the language that has reinforced violence against women* for centuries, and an explosion of what womanhood means in the 21st century.

In a series of equally funny and disturbing events—the everyday is turned upside down, dirty talk is stripped naked, a marriage proposal is interrogated, and nudity is embraced in the dairy aisle—playwright Alice Birch rallies language to revolt upon itself, commanding it to bear arms against the conventions of work, sex, motherhood, aging, and love

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‘… electric cast generate a riotous brilliance that will leave you buzzing’
-       Cameron Woodhead, The Age ★★★★

‘A testament to the strength of feminist performance in Australia’
-       Jane Howard, The Guardian

‘playful, provocative and shrewd’
-       Chris Boyd, The Australian

‘downright brilliant’
-       Kara Bertoncini, The Au Review

‘superb performances’
-       Tim Bryne, Time Out

‘daring and honest’
-       Victoria Beal, Broadway World

 ‘exciting and captivating’
-       Liddy Clark, Stage Noise

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