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.
After producing a workshop on this play in 2014, Head for Heights are proud to present this bold new production.
Directed by Sue Dunderdale
Translated by Catherine Boyle
Produced by Karen Morash
Composer: Dominic Ashworth
Set/Costume Designer: Amelia Jane Hankin
Sound Designers: Candice Weaver and John Leonard
Lighting Designer: Rory Beaton
Stage Manager/Assistant Director and Producer: Cristóbal Pizarro
Assistant Stage Manager: Annafrancesca Tonna
Production Manager: Erin Witton
Casting Director: Ilenka Jelowicki
Rehearsal Assistant: Pia Noguez
Intern: Molly de Dios Fisher
Eva: Sadie Shimmin
Huinca: Nabil Stuart
This show was generously funded by Arts Council England and King's College London. As well as all of those who supported via our JustGiving campaign. In addition to those who provided us with equipment, services and support.