A woman alone

by Franca Rame & Dario Fo, Translated by Gillian Hanna
PRODUCED BY LZA Theatre | Etcetera Theatre, London
March 21 - April 9 2017

Locked up in a flat, a solitary woman makes her confession. Amid domestic chores, dodgy phone calls, a sex-mad brother-in-law and a forever screaming baby she tells us the story of how her love for a young student led to her imprisonment at the hands of her jealous husband. Through farce to tragedy, her story propels the audience to its shocking climax.


"The pieces are comic, grotesque, on purpose. First of all because we women have been crying for two thousand years. So let's laugh now, even at ourselves" - Franca Rame

★★★★ - Pocket Size Theatre Blog 

"Marina Margarita carries out the role with amazing verve and total conviction"


Performed by Marina Margarita

Directed by Liz Arday

Set & Costume Design by Charlotte Henery

Lighting Design by Ryan Funnell

Sound Design by Andrew Reynolds

Assistant Director - Indiana Lown-Collins

THE BOY performed by Emilio Cavaciuti

(and Indiana Lown-Collins & Liz Arday)

Stage Manager & Operator - Sarah Trim-West

Produced by LZA Theatre


Production Photography by Hilary Knox




Interview with To Do List London

Interview with London Pub Theatres Magazine