Q&A with the crew of Women: Metior

Originally posted on METIOR:
The play,  Women graces the stage on June 9th-11th at studio 411. Women is foremost a comedy and secondly a timeless classic mix between HBO’s Girls and Little Women. It follows the journey of four sisters in their quest of overcoming the affectionate moniker, Little Women bestowed upon them by their parents…

Women will be performed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week at Murdoch University. Please take a look at this article which features Q&A with the production crew. I’ll be writing up a review on Thursday’s show and it will hopefully be published on Friday before the next show. Please get your tickets soon if you haven’t already!

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The play,  Women graces the stage on June 9th-11th at studio 411. Women is foremost a comedy and secondly a timeless classic mix between HBO’s Girls and Little Women. It follows the journey of four sisters in their quest of overcoming the affectionate moniker, Little Women bestowed upon them by their parents and becoming adults.

This play will keep you laughing for days thinking about the wonders of being a lime artist, dancing and the delights of motherhood. The play also explores the impossibility of dating and the struggle of pursuing a career as a woman in the 1800’s.

Please get your tickets soon and find a time that suits you! (Thursday, Friday or Saturday night)

Event Page

CREW
Director – Jessica Serio
Stage Manager – Rebecca Dilley
Assistant Stage Manager – Sean Wcislo
Costume Design – Anna Weir
Lighting Design – Kiah Van Vlijmen
Sound Design – Tijana Simich
Set Design…

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Author: ArianaRose

I’m hoping to become a writer, playwright & novelist. I'm also considering becoming a Historian or librarian at this stage in life. I'm looking for opportunities in performance writing and publishing short stories in literary magazines.

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