Flint Repertory Theatre is presenting THE FUTURE IS FEMALE…, Written By and Starring Nandita Shenoy, with Hallie Bee Bard, Siho Ellsmore, and Clara Tristan at Flint Institute of Music (1025 E Kearsley St in Flint, MI 48503), February 3-`19. Kathryn Walsh directs. Tickets are $20 – $25 and can be purchased here.
How far would you go to protect your rights?
Set in the not-too-distant future, four women attend a feminine wellness retreat in hopes of finding solace, empowerment, and solidarity in a world increasingly hostile to females. But once there, they discover that freedom may not mean the same thing to all of them and they may not be willing to pay the price of clawing back political power. This timely satire explores a possible reaction to the rolling back of reproductive rights and its inevitable backlash.
Developed in Flint Rep’s 2022 New Works Festival
The creative team includes Scenic Design by Yi-Chien Lee, Costume Design by Shelby Newport, Lighting Design by Gabrielle Strong, Sound Design by Caroline Eng, Props Design & Set Dressing by Miranda Sue Hartmann, Stage Managed by Melissa A. Nathan with Assistant Stage Manager Rebecca MacCreery.
FLINT REPERTORY THEATRE is a professional, not-for-profit theatre in the heart of Flint, Michigan. Recipient of a 2018 National Theatre Grant from The American Theatre Wing awarded to innovative theatre companies making local impact across the nation by connecting their community to excellence in the performing arts. Flint Repertory Theatre is a program of the Flint Institute of Music.
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