Grace - "must see" solo theatre show at Brighton Fringe on Sunday 3rd June 2018
Alfie, the male half of a comedy double act, re-enters the stage... as Zora, a woman. An important statement about gender fluidity and stage fright.
Set in an old regional theatre, Alfie, the male half of a comedy double act, re-enters the stage... as Zora, a woman. A charming, funny rollercoaster through show business, gender, spirituality, identity and love. An important statement about gender fluidity and stage fright.
Reddin-Clancy plays Zora: a woman playing a man playing the women in their life.
"Solid comedy chops... a powerful and provocative piece of theatre" (Broadway Baby). "Acting and delivery were superb. Her brilliance shines in the details... The writing was clever, authentic and witty" Advertiser."A remarkable, versatile talent who sets a very high bar indeed" Herald Sun. “Topical, diverse... an excellent independent Fringe show” Adelaide Theatre Guide. “Fine writing, punchy one-liners... It is a pleasure to be beguiled by her characters and to be left with plenty to think about” Stage Whispers. “Remarkable in its originality and daring... Charming, funny and witty” Tulpa Magazine.
Minimum age: 15
Entry price (public): £7 preview, £8.40 students, £9 cons, £10 full pric
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