A one-woman show with vivid comments on the female condition in three very different pieces. In one a woman dons pink and escapes domestic servitude to enjoy free love. In another a housewife turns on, drops out and joins a commune; smoking a joint she confesses all to a priest. In the third, sitting alone on a chair under a spotlight, in a quiet controlled voice, a woman relates her experience of a gang rape.
‘That rare thing, a solo show with genuine dramatic weight.’
Betty Caplan The Guardian Feb 1989
‘In a rich and versatile performance that combines technical virtuosity with great depth and feeling, Gillian Hanna unfurls a mesmerising triptych of women’s experience.’
Ann McFerran Time Out Feb 1989