Out of Character
January 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+11
If Adam got the apple stuck in his throat then did man really ingest wisdom or is it still stuck in their universal oesophagus?
Through some of history’s best-loved authors, Out of Character considers how women are portrayed in literature in ways that are fascinating, hilarious and disturbing in equal measure. Considering some of the questions that have rarely been asked, what did fairy-tales really have to say? What would Charlotte Bronte have made of Edward Cullen? And what did thirteenth century women think about sex?
This one-woman theatrical, musical performance raises all these questions and many more in its professional debut running only six nights.