By Jessica Bellamy
29 April - 2 May 2020
An irreverent, impertinent romp through the Old Testament’s patriarchs and matriarchs, in search of role models.
Jessica Bellamy’s (Shabbat Dinner) inventive new play asks how women who grew up under patriarchy can rewrite the myths that formed them, and create a version of ‘woman’ that embraces contradiction and complexity.
A is for Apple relishes in genre-blending and cultural translations to ask lovingly provocative questions and welcome everybody into the tribe.
So, load up on Genesis with a touch of Missy Elliott for a night at the theatre that will leave you empowered and renewed.
Writer & Producer Jessica Bellamy
Director Scarlet McGlynn
Assistant Director Eve Beck
With Miranda Daughtry and Elyse Evans
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