Prospect Theatre For Young People present
A new play that explores issues of gender and in/equality.
How does it feel to be a young girl constantly viewed and judged by how she looks?
What does it mean to be a teenage boy trying to avoid sexist behaviour amidst pressure from his peers?
What lengths do young people go to, to try and make themselves attractive to others?
Prospect Theatre For Young People brings a topical piece on gender and identity to this years Fringe. 'S/he…' unpacks the rhetoric that influences so strongly how young people see themselves and behave. The play encourages young audiences to see beyond stereotypes, to feel empowered and to be true to themselves.
YEP! performances available.
Praise for S/He... at Adelaide Fringe 2018
★★★★★ 'It is not just the themes that are impactful, the acting is tight, sensitive and profoundly emotional.' - All Over Adelaide
Created: Prospect Theatre for Young People
Director: Margaret Steven, Edwin Kemp Attrill
Design: Kerry Reid
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Length: 60 minutes
1-2 Mar at 6.15pm
Companion Card holders welcome.
Venue: The Arch, Holden Street Theatres