Orlando wants to Capital L Live, wants to make art, wants to find love.
Orlando’s having trouble finishing their epic poem ‘The Oak Tree’.
Orlando travels time, travels the globe, encounters climate disasters, falls in and out of love, marries nature.
Orlando goes to sleep a man and wakes up a woman.
Orlando suffers from depression.
We hard relate.
Orlando owns a stately home, has many servants, is casually racist and classist and embroiled in some dodgy politics in Istanbul.
We don’t relate.
6 creatives, 5 writers and 5 performers – all queer, trans or nonbinary – many from Global Majority backgrounds – many working class – share their theatrical experiments wrestling in the rich mud of Virginia Woolf’s passionate, funny, problematic book.
This performance will take place with a live audience at Omnibus Theatre.
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