Revolution They Wrote: Baby Dreams in the Mushroom Cloud (Reading)

Revolution They Wrote

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Revolution They Wrote: Short Works Feminist Theatre and Performance Festival presented in partnership with MainLine Theatre is a 4-day event that aims to present new feminist works. With these works, we create an artistic space that is primed to educate, provoke and inspire change both on the stage and in our daily lives.

Revolution They Wrote and MainLine Theatre present
Baby Dreams in the Mushroom Cloud
By Kyungseo Min

Baby Dreams in the Mushroom Cloud is a dream-play, following a young Korean girl who has been kidnapped and forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during WWII shortly after the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. The play contains mature themes and language.

This reading is presented in the MiniMain on March 25th at 3PM

It is a Pay What You Can event

Tickets are only available at the door, the day of the event.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Saturday 25 March 2017 / 15:00

75 minutes
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