Ophelia

Sat 15 Feb

Ophelia

Sat 15 Feb
Ophelia is a piece of new writing that uses audience participation and poetic, Gothic, and Shakespearean influences to examine how we, as a culture, are obsessed with finding beauty in female tragedy
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Ophelia is a piece of new writing that uses audience participation and poetic, Gothic, and Shakespearean influences to examine how we, as a culture, are obsessed with finding beauty in female tragedy by exploring themes such as the male gaze, sexuality, depression, and abusive relationships in a sensitive, evocative, and artistic way. 


Written and performed by emerging playwright Emma White (Havisham, Omnibus Theatre), the production has previously been staged as part of feminist company Fishhouse Theatre’s debut season at Upstairs at the Western in Leicester, and in work-in-progress sessions at the Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton and Nottingham New Theatre’s StuFF festival. 

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418 St John Street, London, EC1V 4NJ