Linda by Penelope Skinner
Penelope Skinner’s acerbic and powerful exploration of women's need to be seen and heard in our capitalist age premiered at the Royal Court in 2015.
In her prime and seeming to have it all, Linda is an award-winning business woman, a happily-married mother of two and a beacon of confidence. But can she ever really win when men make the rules?
Director Abigail Graham is artistic director of OpenWorks Theatre. Her directing work includes Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, Dennis Kelly’s Debris, Brian Friel’s Molly Sweeney, Sibylle Berg's And Now: The World! and Kieran Knowles' 31 Hours.
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