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Following previous engagements at the Soho Theatre with 'Ugly Sisters' and 'Oh, I Can't Be Bothered,' as well as a National Theatre run of 'We Want You To Watch,' RashDash and Northern Stage will present a four-week engagement of their latest piece Two Man Show at the Soho Theatre Upstairs from 6th September through to 1st October 2016, with an official opening night set for 8th September.
The company, comprised of Abbi Greenland and Helen Goalen, have previously tackled issues such as the objectification of women, monogamy, female friendship and porn. Two Man Show will take a look at masculinity and how patriarchy is bad for everyone through the medium of physical theatre - movement, music and text.
Greenland and Goalen commented: "This is an exciting time to be a woman. This is the beginning of the end of patriarchy. We're alive and we want to be part of the change. This show is an invitation to men to be part of it too. If you're not already. It's an invitation to create a new language that will allow us to think new thoughts. It's an invitation to create more space for the people we really are. The show is live music, movement and women playing men and it's a mass of contradictions. Like the world. Expect to be moved and confused, provoked, tickled and alarmed."
Two Man Show also features scenic design by Oliver Townsend, lighting design by Katharine Williams and music by Becky Wilkie.