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Fierce Sisters

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A dazzling, immersive winter experience at Shakespeare’s New Place, Stratford-upon-Avon.

 

This winter, Mimbre will shine a light on the women of Shakespeare’s plays in a visually enthralling spectacle performed in the contemporary gardens of Shakespeare’s New Place, from 11 – 15 December.

 

Step into the world of Fierce Sisters, as they weave their spell with breathtaking acrobatics, evocative choreography and contemporary soundscapes to explore the essence of Shakespeare’s female characters, bursting out of their stories to claim their own space in today’s world.

 

The promenade performance will lead you through the gardens to startling scenes of ambition, strength and passion, each inspired by Shakespeare’s work. Playful interactive stations invite you to explore these themes and contribute your thoughts and feelings on how women are interpreted and portrayed, then and now.

 

This energetic, witty and immersive experience will captivate audiences, raise questions that resonate today, and ignite conversations between generations.

 

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Cast

Katherine | Arielle Lauzon

Rosalind | Reece Lyons

Beatrice | Madi Maxwell-Libby

Juliet | Rebecca Solomon

Lady Macbeth | Adèle Thompson

Performance devised by company. Writing by Madi Maxwell-Libby, Reece Lyons, Arielle Lauzon and William Shakespeare.

 

Creative Team

Director | Lina Johansson

Production designer | Loren Elstein

Composer | Quinta

Costume Supervisor | Jennifer Gregory

Stage Manager | Shannon Martin

Production Assistant | Zsófi Szendrei

Rigger | Matt Burch

 

Photo credit: Adrian Burrows, Gorgeous Obsession using Tempest Cosmetics and Simon Hadley.

 

Fierce Sisters is commissioned by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

 

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