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We’ll Be Who We Are

Naomi Obeng & WoLab

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Sun 12th Mar
14:30 (
70 mins)
Theatre
New Writing,Surreal,Underrepresented Voices
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Age Guidance: 12+
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“I don’t know what to imagine now.”

Kit, Emery and Tracy meet just before their school reunion, but a simple search for shoes quickly spirals into an existential event that fractures their personal identities.

Quick. Wild. Slow. Sad. Soft. Sharp. A question mark. We’ll Be Who We Are is perhaps about how perception constructs reality, maybe about escaping your past, and possibly about absurd social norms that only make sense if you squint.

It’s definitely a singular theatrical experience that revels in the strange. A plant-filled play that embraces quiet tenderness and envelops you in its playful logic.

Shortlisted for the 2020 Women’s Prize for Playwriting, Naomi Obeng’s first full-length play conjures a vibrant, precarious, earthy ecosystem – a radical play about labels and outsiders. Directed by Júlia Levai, produced by WoLab, whose string of five-star hits include: For a Palestinian, RAINER & ENG-ER-LAND.



Other Performances:

Fri 10th Mar
8.30pm
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The Vaults
Leake Street
Sat 11th Mar
8.00pm
Cavern
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The Vaults
Leake Street
Sun 12th Mar
Matinee
2.30pm
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The Vaults
Leake Street

Naomi Obeng & WoLab

Cast & Creative Team Director - JÚLIA LEVAI
Júlia is a theatre director from Budapest based in London. She’s a director with a focus on, and experience of, directing new writing & devised work that trusts and challenges audiences. She is currently co-directing a show at Southwark Playhouse & is Mentor Director for NT Connections. She was recently the Assistant Director working on ‘All’s Well That Ends Well’ at the RSC & has been commissioned by the Rose Theatre & Projekt Europa as part of Projekt Elevate. She has previously received an MGCFutures bursary, and was also ‘Director in Residence’ at the National Theatre in Belgrade. Júlia trained on LAMDA’s MA Directing course and on the Young Vic’s Jerwood Assistant Director Programme. She is a script reader for the ‘Papatango Prize’, the ‘Bruntwood Prize’ and for the ‘Women’s Prize for Playwriting’.


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