Inside Bitch, a new show about representations of women’s prisons in the media, is quite good fun, but a bit pointless.
It certainly packs a punch, and this is not solely due to the finesse displayed in the writing. Like an ultrasound revealing Bodies’ truly threatening potential, director Jude Christian heads a show that at one point sends an intersubjective shiver reverberating throughout her audience.
What I expected to be an impenetrable piece for anyone who does not have children, or has ever desired to become parent, turned out to be 90 minutes of intense and highly relatable theatre-making.
Vivienne Franzmann’s new play exploring the human cost of surrogacy is directed by Jude Christian. Here is what critics have been saying about it.
New drama about surrogacy is rich in metaphor and fraught with conflict, but you have to ignore its politics.