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A theatrical exploration of sensuality, revenge, pathos, heart-breaking loneliness and riotous humour. The show is very simply performed, no set - just an elegant black dress and a chair. Through a series of monologues Linda Marlowe uses the prose of Steven Berkoff to explore the many emotions of women. Performed as a âstand up' Linda Marlowe physically illustrates the wonderful humour and the sheer sadness of the many personas on show. Steven Berkoff's language is strong and poetic and his characters outrageous. There are selected excerpts from his plays such as the hit comedy "Decadence". "From My Point Of View", a poignant short story about a woman left on the shelf lonely and ageing. Revenge and tragedy as Clytemnestra in "Agamemnon" avenges her husband's murder of their child. Hilarious sexy stories and The Sphinx from "Greek" who decimates men for their collusion, killing and rape and eulogises women as superior beings. These are just some of the highlights of Steven's writing for women.Performers Linda Marlowe.
Presented by Linda Marlowe Productions. Other Tim Brunsden (filming). Director Josie Lawrence.
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