What does it mean to be a woman?

Eva’s Echo to stage new one woman show at the Town Hall Theatre

AWARD WINNING Galway theatre company, Eva’s Echo, is bringing a new one woman show, Uniform, to the Town Hall Theatre, from where it will be streamed to homes around Galway.

This thought provoking one woman play written by, and starring, playwright Hazel Doolan, explores self-identity, coming of age, and loss of agency, through the stories of nine very different women.

Mixing comedy and drama, the play attempts to answer the questions: What is it to be a woman? Is it what you wear? Your vocation? Are you not a woman because you do not wear heels or a skirt? Are you not professional because you like to dress in pink?

Eva's Echo Uniform play

Eva’s Echo has thanked the Galway City Council, the Town Hall, and its Go Fund Me contributors who have helped make this show possible. The director is Rena Bryson; stage manager is Hazel Stanley; while lighting is by Cornelius Dwyer.

Uniform will be streamed by the Town Hall Theatre Studio May 22 at 8pm. Tickets are available from the Town Hall via www.tht.ie

 

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