What The Women Did is a triple bill of short plays about the First World War seen from the point of view of the women left to fight the war at home including J M Barrie’s The Old Lady Shows Her Medals, Herbert Tremaine’s Handmaiden’s Of Death and Gwen John’s Luck Of War.
Two’s Company’s sell-out 2004 production at Southwark Playhouse is being remounted for the 1914 Centenary.
Mia Austen, Emily Bowker, Matthew Cottle, Simon Darwen, Alix Dunmore, Polly Eachus, Victoria Gee, Joseph Miller, Lucy Shaw, Fiona Sheehan, Alex Stuart, Jack Swift, Beatrix Taylor, George Taylor, Andrew Watkins, Susan Wooldridge
Director - Tricia Thorns
Producer - Two's Company
Lighting Designer - Duncan Coombe
Set Designer - Alex Marker
Sound - Dominic Bilkey
Author - J M Barrie, Herbert Tremaine, Gwen John
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