SEVEN is a riveting piece of documentary theatre that tells the true stories of seven remarkable women who faced life-threatening obstacles to bring about major improvements in the lives of women and girls in their home countries of Nigeria, Cambodia, Guatemala, Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Russia and Pakistan.
In this verbatim piece, conceived by Carol Mack and written by seven award-winning female playwrights, the words of these seven extraordinary women are weaved together to create a compelling tapestry of stories. An inspiring play that gives voice to all women: the voiceless, the poor and the invisible.
A staged reading directed by MARTA RUBIO
MAZZIE LAFA as Hafsat Abiola, empowering rural women in Nigeria.
YAN HUANG as Mu Sochua, rescuing girls from human trafficking in Cambodia.
MAVI HERMIDA as Anabella de León, giving voice to the poor in Guatemala.
SARAH EBERY as Inez McCormack, promoting equality in Northern Ireland.
NADINE KATKHUDA as Farida Azizi, giving voice to the poor in Afghanistan.
TATIANA EMAN as Marina Pisklakova-Parker, protecting women from domestic violence in Russia.
SHABILA PERVEEN as Mukhtar Mai, fighting for women's education and rights in Pakistan.
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SEVEN by Paula Cizmar and various authors. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.