|Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.|
|by Alice Birch
directed by Sean Graney
|Previews: March 6 @ 7pm
Show dates: March 8, 9, 10, 16 & 17 @ 7:30pm, March 10 @ 2pm
Mandell Weiss Forum
|About the Play
This is a feminist alarm that scrutinizes the language, actions, and hidden biases of our society that unfairly favors men over women. Playwright Alice Birch puts forth a call for contemporary women to dismantle or sabotage anything that is complicit in their oppression.
Intense Adult Themes, Strong Language
|About the Playwright
Alice Birch is the co-winner of the 2014 George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright. She also won the Arts Foundation Award for Playwriting 2014 and was shortlisted for the Bruntwood Prize 2013 and the Susan Smith Blackburn Award 2015 and 2012. Her plays include: Katie Mitchell's Ophelias Zimmer (Schaubühne / Royal Court Theatre, published by Oberon); We Want You to Watch (National Theatre, published by Oberon); Little Light (Orange Tree Theatre, published by Oberon); Little On The Inside (Almeida/Clean Break); Salt (Comedie de Valence); Flying the Nest (BBC Radio 4); and Many Moons (Theatre 503, published by Oberon). Alice is the writer of the feature film Lady Macbeth (BBC Films / BFI / Creative England) due for release in 2016. She is currently under commission to the Royal Court Theatre, Paines Plough, Clean Break and the National Theatre.
|About the Director
Sean Graney is a Chicago-based theater artist who passionately cares about the audience. For over twenty years, he has concentrated on adapting and directing stories to create relevant theatrical pieces for our contemporary society. In November of 2014, after a three-year hiatus, he returned to being the Artistic Director of The Hypocrites, a Chicago theater company he founded in 1997. In 2013, he was a Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University where he completed writing All Our Tragic, a twelve-hour adaptation combining all thirty-two surviving Greek Tragedies. It garnered six Joseph Jefferson Awards, including best Director and Best Adaptation. He has four other Joesph Jefferson Awards for directing and adaptation. He is also the director and co-adaptor three Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, which have been playing at many great theaters across the country. In 2013, he was honored with the Helen Coburn Meier and Tim Meier Arts Achievement Award. From 2004-2006, he was a participant in the NEA/TCG Career Development Program for Directors. He attended Emerson College (a long time ago) and has taught at University of Chicago, The Theater School at DePaul University, Columbia College Chicago and Lake Forest College.
I think one of the biggest battles our society needs to fight is the obsession that men are better than women. While young, we are all taught that men can have dominion over women, and throughout our lives this point of view is supported by language, media, and law. It needs to end. Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. demands that we all become better feminists. The play is shocking, it is exciting, it is aggressive, it is necessary, it will hopefully lead to many personal revolutions.
1 / Grandma – Assata Hefner
2 / Grandma – Mary Rose Branick
3 / Dinah – Christine Penn
4 – Yonatan Gebeyehu
5 / Dinah – Hannah Finn
6 / Agnes – Mo Rodvanich
7 – Volen Iliev
|The Creative Team
Director – Sean Graney
Scenic Designer – Samantha Rojales
Costume Designer – Annie Le
Lighting Designer – Brandon H. Rosen
Sound Designer – MaeAnn Ross
Vocal Coach – Ursula Meyer
Dramaturg – Kristin Leadbetter
Assistant Director – Jenna Dern
Assistant Scenic Designer – Hsi An Chen
Assistant Costume Designer – Chris Flagstad
Assistant Costume Designer – Isabella Calabrese
Assistant Lighting Designer – Justin Beets
Assistant Sound Designer – Justin Livengood
Production Stage Manager – Kasson Marroquin
Asst. Stage Manager – Tyler Larson
Asst. Stage Manager – Jacob Halpern-Weitzman
Production Assistant – Rosanna Wong
|Performances||Parking & Location
Located at: Mandell Weiss Forum
Parking Passes Required: Monday through Friday. Weeknight passes are $2 per vehicle from the vending machines located in the UC San Diego Theatre District/La Jolla Playhouse parking lots and entry display case. Please remember your parking space number. You will need it to purchase your parking pass.
Note: Machines take all major credit cards except Discover and when paying with cash you must use exact change, NO CHANGE GIVEN.
Parking Passes Not Required: Saturdays and Sundays
Cars without permits are subject to ticketing by UCSD Campus Police. The Theatre & Dance Department does not have the authority to waive and cannot pay parking tickets.
|7:00 pm PREVIEW
7:30 pm OPENING
7:30 pm CLOSING
Advance tickets for this production are available Tuesday-Friday, noon to 6 pm by calling the Box Office at 858.534.4574 or in person at the Theatre District’s Central Box Office at the Sheila & Hughes Potiker Theatre.
At-the-Door tickets, if available, can be purchased one hour before show time at the performing theatre’s box office at Mandell Weiss Theatre.
General Admission: $20
UCSD Faculty/Staff/Alumni Association, and Seniors (over 62): $15
UCSD Students/UCSD Alumni Association (with ID): $10
Please note: No late seating; no refunds.
Theatre & Dance Faculty, Staff & Majors Only >>
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