Kabosh presents The Shedding of Skin, a play inspired by women in conflict.
Written by Vittoria Cafolla and directed by Paula McFetridge.
Time is different here.
Out of unbearable pain comes inspirational strength.
Three Furies, the voice of many women, meet to give rest to another. Through ritualistically sharing their stories of pain, abuse, resistance, and survival, the Furies strive to release this woman from the space between worlds.
A powerful, epic play about women around the world as a tool of war.
Live online sharings:
Tuesday 15th June 2021 – 7.30pm
Wednesday 16th June 2021 – 1pm
Thursday 17th June 2021 – 7.30pm
Friday 18th June 2021 – 4pm
Tickets £5 per person
Recorded in the Brian Friel Theatre in Belfast.
Includes sensitive content so age recommendation 16 years and over.
Running time 75 minutes.
At Kabosh we are committed to premiering quality productions that provoke informed debate around the legacy of conflict. We don’t want to give away any ‘spoilers’ when promoting a production but understand that some plays may cause distress or trigger challenging emotions for some of our audience members. The Shedding of Skin explores women as a tool of war, our age recommendation is 16 years + and the following content warnings apply:
• Multiple references to coercive behaviour / sexual assault / war crimes / physical and emotional torture
• Physical depiction of rape
• Misogynistic language
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Vicky Allen as Tereza
Louise Mathews as Ruth
Catriona McFeely as Sinéad
Shannen McNeice as Sam
Set and Costume Design – Tracey Lindsay
Intimacy & Movement Direction – Paula O’Reilly
Lighting Design – Conleth White
Choral Director – Katie Richardson
Dialect Coach – Brendan Gunn
Film and Audio Facilities by Redbox Creative Ltd
Cameras and Sound Design, Editor and Sound Mix – Cormac O’Kane
Vision Mixer and Editor – Richard Brown
Audio Engineer – Ryan O’Neill
Producer – Zoe Fox
Production Manager – Kerri McGimpsey
Project Manager – Alice Malseed
Stage Manager – Caitlín Hunter
Technical Stage Manager / Drone – Stephen Quinn
Marketing & PR – Sarah Hughes
Print Design – Peter Higgins
Production Photography – Trevor Wilson
Academic Partner and Dramaturgy Support: Dr Lisa Fitzpatrick
International Partner: The Creative Arts, Kolkata, India Director – Ramanjit Kaur