Jodi Gray’s wolfish one-woman play is an exploration of ‘monstrous’ femininity and the male gaze.
‘This is not the end’: Hannah Greenstreet reviews an attempt at starting a feminist revolution inside a theatre.
Gets very meta very quickly: Hannah Greenstreet reviews Jen Silverman’s play about five Betties
Words can be weaponised: ten short plays expose the challenges of introducing nuance to the #MeToo conversation.
Hannah Greenstreet sits in on rehearsals for Forward Arena’s queer, time-hopping epic.
Hannah Greenstreet on the “unforced relevance” of an immersive reimagining of Elizabeth Inchbald’s 1792 play.
Playing games: Hannah Greenstreet on a beguiling, political piece about group psychology by Barcelona-based company ATRESBANDES.
Both hypervisible but invisible: Hannah Greenstreet reviews a set of nine monologues by Muslim women from across the world.
Beyond bullshit stereotypes: Hannah Greenstreet on Milk Presents’ gender fluid reimagining of the Minotaur myth.
Hannah Greenstreet reviews What if the plane falls out of the sky?, The Soft Subject, and A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
Wonderfully offbeat and political: Hannah Greenstreet on Sisters Grimm’s queer-feminist satire of nationalism and colonialism.
A mainstream crossover hit – or is it? Hannah Greenstreet on Sh!t Theatre’s Dolly Parton-inspired show.
Hannah Greenstreet reviews Futures Theatre’s passionate celebration of women’s football.
How do you mourn someone you have never met? – Hannah Greenstreet reviews Selina Thompson’s powerful interrogation of the legacy of slavery.
Puzzling but enjoyable: Hannah Greenstreet on Antler’s bouncing tragi-comedy.