Written by British playwright Caryl Churchill, this play offers a contemporary vision of women in the male-dominated workplace. Churchill, a feminist, explores the sexual politics and gender roles that many people, men and women, never dare to question in modern society. The characters in Top Girls collide with the preconceived roles that society generally expects of them, and include an executive director, a Victorian explorer, a Buddhist nun and even a young female posing as a male priest in the ninth century.
Performances take place Wednesday to Saturday at 8.30pm and Sundays at 6pm.
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