Playhouse Creatures

April De Angelis

7-10 March

1663. Charles II re-opens the Playhouses and for the first time, allows women to take to the stage. They have to deal with being treated as second class citizens and considered fair game to men.

Following their lives, their problems, their rise and fall within restoration society, Playhouse Creatures is a bawdy rude play, filled with raw language and emotional intensity. Based on real women, it is highly entertaining and is one of those evenings when theatre is more alive than life itself.

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