Nic Green’s Trilogy examines the joys and complexities of being a woman today whilst driving into the future with commitment and hope. Read More >
Nic Green’s Trilogy, a celebratory venture into modern day feminism, was on of the hits of the 2009 Edinburgh Festival.
A triptych, Trilogy examines the joys and complexities of being a woman today whilst driving into the future with commitment and hope.
Designed to challenge prevailing attitudes, Trilogy makes bold use of narrative debate, dance and song.
Moving from a courageous investigation into the relationship modern women have with their bodies to a poignant response to the fierce 1970s panel discussion between Germaine Greer, Norman Mailer and others, Trilogy ends with a joyous, vibrant paean to womankind.
Green, who created Trilogy, is a Glasgow-based performance practitioner whose work spans solo shows, group performances and community-based arts projects.
Trilogy contains nudity and strong language, and is recommended for theatregoers aged 14 and older.