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DetailsShe is a young woman in a yellow dress. She has been shot by the police.
As a video goes viral, a revolution begins to stir. Ali and Leyla are panicking - they uploaded the footage and now the authorities are after them. Across town, Yasmin is desperate to know if her missing mother is still alive. Halfway around the world, a woman in London wants to help. As a tornado of dissent and violence spreads, everyone's life is going to change. World PremierePerformers Oliver Birch (Chorus), Susan Brown (Candace), Wendy Kweh (Nia), Emilie Patry (Chorus), Isaac Ssebadeke (Chorus), Anjana Vasan (Leyla), Eileen Walsh (Yasmin), Ashley Zhangazha (Ali).
Author Ellinor Cook. Presented by Gate Theatre. Director Christopher Haydon. Lighting Mark Howland. Design Fly Davis. Sound George Dennis.
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