Tagged with April De Angelis

‘Female Narrative’ Sphinx Salon, London, 14th November 2015

Sue Parrish organised this valuable Salon in response to comments on ‘strong female roles’ by Vicky Featherstone, published in the Independent http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/theatre-dance/strong-female-roles-make-audiences-uncomfortable-says-leading-director-a6674276.html. It was an inspirational meeting: wonderful insights from women writers, performers and makers across the generations; such a tonic to be in a room full of ‘women-and-theatre’ conversations. My thanks go to Sue … Continue reading

Post-postfeminism?: Amelia Bullmore’s Di and Viv and Rose (2011), April De Angelis’s Jumpy (2011) and The Awkward Squad by Karin Young’

I recently had an article with the above title published in the theatre journal The Contemporary Theatre Review. The publishers have informed me that I can offer 50 ‘free views’ of this article on ‘my social media’. It should appeal to those interested in recent plays in the UK that are either ‘about’ or concerned … Continue reading