Revolt. She said. Revolt again. is Malthouse Theatre’s latest play to feature on the mainstage, and theatre-goers and critics are leaving feeling energised, galvanized and ready to rally against the language that has reinforced violence against women for centuries.
Directed by Malthouse Theatre’s 2016 Director in Residence Janice Muller, Revolt. She said. Revolt again. is not well behaved— this is a plucky and fiery hour of welcome disobedience against the conventions of work, sex, motherhood, aging and love. See how audiences and critics alike are raving about the production.
'… electric cast generate a riotous brilliance that will leave you buzzing'
- Cameron Woodhead, The Age ★★★★
'A testament to the strength of feminist performance in Australia'
- Jane Howard, The Guardian
'playful, provocative and shrewd'
- Chris Boyd, The Australian
- Kara Bertoncini, The Au Review
- Tim Bryne, Time Out
'daring and honest'
- Victoria Beal, Broadway World
'exciting and captivating'
- Liddy Clark, Stage Noise
Director Janice Muller discusses feminism and the ideas present in the production with Maxim Boon from The Music.
Learn more about actor Sophie Ross in her ‘On the Couch’ Interview with Arts Review.
The cast caught up with Sonia Harford from The Age to discuss the challenges of taking on a feminist piece, the production’s development process and Alice Birch’s writing.
Don’t miss out on the play that has everyone talking— it is controversial, and a truly exhilarating evening at the theatre.
Revolt. She said. Revolt again. is playing at the Merlyn Theatre until 9 July. Book your tickets now!