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"Feminist Futures"

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Review of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, published in PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art



Now that it's been out in the world for over a year, it's time to release my essay reviewing several women-led performances at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe from the paywall jail! Check out my essay and some badass images from the performances here.

I've included information about the shows I reviewed below, so you can check out these amazing performers and production companies yourself.

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Performances Reviewed in "Feminist Futures" for PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art:

Birth, devised by Theatre Re, directed by Guillaume Pigé, sound design and composition by Alex Judd, lighting design by Katherine Graham, prop and costume design by Malik Ibheis, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 3-25, 2019


I’m a Phoenix Bitch, created by Bryony Kimmings, directed by Kirsty Housely, art direction by David Curtis Ring, projections by Will Duke, composition by Tom Parkinson, sound design by Lewis Gibson, lighting design by Johanne Jensen, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 3-25, 2019

Post Popular, created by Lucy McCormick, directed by Ursula Martinez, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 3-25, 2019


Everything I See I Swallow, created by Tamsin Shasha and Maisy Taylor, directed by Helen Tennison, design by Helen Coyston, sound design and composition by Matt Eaton, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 3-25, 2019


Working on My Night Moves, created by Julia Croft and Nisha Madhan, directed by Nisha Madhan, presented by Zanetti Productions, design by Meg Rollandi, lighting design by Calvin Hudson, sound design by Te Aihe Butler with original compositions by Jason Wright, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 3-25, 2019

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P.S. Out of respect for the photographers who did not directly provide permission for their work to appear in the context of my website, I won't repost the published images here (see the pdf!), but I can provide a picture of a typical Edinburgh street for you to enjoy instead.


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