Mad Man Sad Woman

MAD MAN SAD WOMAN

The Space, 20 June - 8 July 2017

space.org.uk

Amidst the debris of a condemned house, two desperate strangers realise they have been abandoned by their friends. Fearful of what lies ahead, the two argue before starting to make a home from the surrounding junk. But as the bulldozers move in, a choice lies ahead – accept their fate or cling on to hope.

 

Written by award-winning Chilean playwright Juan Radrigán, Mad Man Sad Woman gives voice to the voiceless; finding beauty, laughter, and dignity in the lives amongst the rubble. In a powerful new translation by Catherine Boyle, this timely UK premiere demands attention for those forced to live on the margins of our society.

 

Head for Heights is a theatre company known for its innovative approaches to translation. Their bold new production is directed by Sue Dunderdale.

 

 

Director: Sue Dunderdale

Translator: Catherine Boyle

 

CAST:

 

Eva: Sadie Shimmin

Huinca: Bil Stuart

 

CREATIVE TEAM:

 

Composer: Dominic Ashworth

Set/Costume Designer: Amelia Jane Hankin

Sound Designers: Candice Weaver and John Leonard

Lighting Designer: Rory Beaton

 

Produced by Karen Morash

 

Stage Manager/Assistant Director

and Producer: Cristóbal Pizarro

Assistant Stage Manager: Annafrancesca Tonna

Production Manager: Erin Witton

Intern: Molly de Dios Fisher

 

It is impossible not to be moved.

The Guardian

 

 

... a work of considerable power and importance

The Stage

 

 

Five stars for a demanding, passionate play that could not come at a better time.

Spoonfed

 

 

Accomplished direction from Sue Dunderdale ...

Whatsonstage.com