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Jen Silverman's kinky homage to the Brontes; a play about female power and what it is to write your own story.

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The Moors

Date: 7 Jan 2019

Two sisters and a dog live on the bleak English moors, and dream of love, power and notoriety. 

The arrival of a governess, the pointed schemes of a scullery maid, and the musings of a moorhen set this odd assembly on a strange and dangerous path.

From American writer Jen Silverman, a hyper-theatrical and kinky homage to the Brontes; a play is about female power and what it is to write your own story.

Kate Gaul directs this Siren Theatre Company production featuring Romy Bartz, Thomas Campbell, Enya Daly, Brielle Flynn, Alex Francis and Diana Popovska.

Need to know more? Read Audrey Journal’s interview with Jen Silverman here.

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