The Madwoman with the Mannequin - City of Melbourne
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 The Madwoman with the Mannequin

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Description

The Madwoman with the Mannequin is a monologue written in 2000 by Mexican playwright Xavier Araiza as a response to violence against women.

The text explores the existential anguish of the life of many women living in a world dominated by a patriarchy society. The 'madwoman', in this conflicted and painful existential process which separates her body, her awareness and her emotions, is overwhelmed by religious dogma and a morality based on submission to the reproduction of the species, and loses her identity and her freedom, to become a woman alone among the crowd. She feels worthless, even to herself, and is not allowed to have relationships with men on a level of equality and social equity.

Location

The Butterfly Club
Carson Place (off Little Collins Street)Melbourne VIC 3000


Contact details

thebutterflyclub.com/show/the-...


Dates and times

25/07/2019 to 27/07/2019

Thu: 7pm – 7.50pm
Fri: 5.30pm – 6.20pm
Sat: 7pm – 7.50pm

Price

$35, concession $31


Bookings

Book online


Payment method accepted

EFTPOS


How to get there

Public Transport Victoria


Features

Over 18 event

Licensed


Accessibility



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