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Rebel Voices - Monologues for Women by Women

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Roisin McBrinn & Lauren Mooney Price: $17.95

Clean Break is a British theatre company set up in 1979 by two women in prison

It exists to tell the stories of women with experience of the criminal justice system and to transform women's lives through theatre

Over 40 years, Clean Break has commissioned some of the most progressive and brilliant women writers to write ground-breaking plays, alongside developing the writing skills of the women they work with in its London studios and in prisons

This is a collection of monologues from this canon

Rebel Voices - Monologues for Women by Women celebrates the opportunities inherent when women represent themselves

Offering female performers a diverse set of monologues reflecting a range of characters in age, ethnicity and lived experience, the material is drawn from a mix of published and unpublished works

This book is for any performer who does not see themselves represented in mainstream plays

It's for lovers of radical women's theatre and for rebels everywhere who believe that the act of speaking and being heard can create change

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Lucy Perman

Little on the inside by Alice Birch, B
[ BLANK ] by Alice Birch, A
Black Crows by Linda Brogan,
Jadan by Danni Brown,
Joanne by Deborah Bruce,
Didn't Die by Annie Caulfield, Dinah
Thick as Thieves by Katherine Chandler, Karen
Spent by Katherine Chandler, Nat
Apache Tears by Lin Coghlan, Merle
Head-Rot Holiday by Sarah Daniels, Helen
Trainers by Raina Dunne AKA Titch, Ellie
Fingertips by Suhayla El-Bushra,
Pests by Vivienne Franzmann, Pink
Sounds like an Insult by Vivienne Franzmann, Brenda
Blis-ta by Sonya Hale,
Daddycation by Katie Hims, Jess
The Garden Girls by Jacqueline Holborough, Mary
Killers by Jacqueline Holborough, The Prisoner
FKA Queens by Theresa Ikoko,
Firm by Daisy King, Stevie
it felt empty when the heart went at first but it is alright now by Lucy Kirkwood
Wicked by Bryony Lavery, Rosie
That Almost Unnameable Lust by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Katherine
Typical Girls by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Munch
Amazing Amy by Laura Lomas, Amy
Inside a Cloud by Sabrina Mahfouz, Carly
A Bitch like Me by Natasha Marshall,
Fatal Light by Chloë Moss, Jay
This Wide Night by Chloë Moss, Marie
Amongst the Reeds by Chinonyerem Odimba, Gillian
Te Awa I Tahuti (The River that Ran Away) by Rena Owen, Toni
Mules by Winsome Pinnock, Allie
Taken by Winsome Pinnock, Della
Yard Gal by Rebecca Prichard, Boo
Joanne by Ursula Rani Sarma, Grace
Red by Anna Reynolds, Kay
House by Somalia Seaton, Mama
Mercy Fine by Shelley Silas, Mercy
21.23.6.15 by Sandrine
A Voice And I and Silence by Naomi Wallace, Dee

REVIEWS

“I fumed and laughed and cried. A rich, varied and timely anthology of monologues for Everywoman. Clean Break is giving actors of ALL ages, ethnicities and backgrounds an opportunity to shine” ~ Indira Varma, Actor

Clean Break has an archive of incredible monologues for women; women whose voices aren't often heard and whose experience is rarely given this level of complexity and humanity . . . A special resource that I wish had been around when I was at drama school” ~ Zawe Ashton, Actor and Clean Break Patron

Rebel Voices is a compelling anthology and a unique insight into a brilliant, ground-breaking theatre company” ~ Kathy Burke, Theatre Director

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