Amy is a sex worker. Her sister, Rosana, is a shaven-headed lesbian. They are both feminists.
In Sister they present a bold and unflinching examination of themselves: their family bonds, shared experiences, and the differing paths their lives have taken. Sister is a powerful and joyous performance exploring feminism and choice.
**** “strange, beautiful, disturbing” – Scotsman
**** “robust humour and unflinching integrity…. leaves you caught between laughter and tears.” – Herald
Previously presented at Behaviour 2014, supported by National Theatre Studio, Battersea Arts Centre and The Yard.
“The performance fairly bristles with politics, as the two begin to ask whether feminists can simply turn their backs on the porn industry, or should be trying to invade and transform it.” Scotsman