Two sisters and a dog live on the bleak English moors, and dream of love, power and notoriety. The arrival of a governess, the pointed schemes of a scullery maid, and the musings of a moorhen set this odd assembly on a strange and dangerous path. A cleverly crafted black comedy about love, desperation, and visibility, The Moors is a brilliant new work by Jen Silverman, a fresh new voice who takes chances.
From the company who made The Trouble with Harry this is a play of subversive edginess toppling the male-oppressed milieus of the Brontës and taking strong, passionate female characters to new heights.
“Truly clever and intelligent. You really ought to see this.” – The New York Times
Wednesday, 13 February, 6.30pm
Take the opportunity to participate in an entertaining and informative discussion about The Moors. Gather insight into the performance and the creative process behind the show.
Seating is limited to patrons with tickets to this performance.
Photo credit – Harvey House Productions
Model – Lara Lightfoot; Hair & makeup Natalia Ladyko
Written by Jen Silverman
Producer & Director Kate Gaul
Assistant Director Amy Hardingham
Lighting Designer Fausto Brusamolino
Costume Design Eva Di Paolo
Set Design Kate Gaul
Composer & Sound Designer Nate Edmondson
Cast Romy Bartz, Thomas Campbell, Enya Daly, Alex Francis, Briellle Flynn, Diana Popovska