This misbehaved experimental wild play by Alice Birch is far from tame. From watermelons to the end of the existence of men, ‘Revolt. She said. Revolt again.’ hits the feminist nerve through horrific humour. The lines between the performers and the characters are often blurred and known by their dialogue expressed through the wild theatrical scenes. The play itself is full of anecdotes, monologues and disconnected scenes loaded with hectic language regarding life in cynical and existential manner.
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