Sarah’s Chronicles #30 - #MeTooMovement: The Words Are Coming Now
Updated: Jun 16
Theatre 503 wanted to take a stance and make voices heard the #metoo movement and commissioned 10 writers to write short plays in response. I performed in two of the plays ("To Be My Eyes” and “Words” by April de Angelis directed by Lisa Spirling). “To Be My Eyes” (written by Amy Bethan Evans, directed by Ailin Conant) was the precursor to Tinted, a one woman show, (Amy wrote in some of my favourite Rockstar's songs into the piece for me to sing in this show )!
It was an honour to give voice to these plays and be part of this response as I myself have been subjected to persons abusing their power on multiple occasions (especially within the entertainment industry) during my work and, unfortunately, in my own personal life. (I forgive you).
(Bat audio: The first image shows "Sarah's Chronicles" in bold blue font on the left side with a double line on the top and bottom of the text. This sits next to a gallery of thumbnail images of all the 10 authors who wrote the plays for The Words Are Coming Now theatrical performance which took place at Theatre 503 in London. The second image shows the same Sarah's Chronicles font on the left-hand side and next to this is a screenshot of a newspaper extract from the Guardian newspaper of a lady in a dark blue patterned top sitting on a chair against a red background. Underneath this image is a short summary of what the play is about and the location - Theatre 503.)