Dora, Actress with a Capital A, exhibits her menagerie of madcap characters in this series of comedy monologues.
“Mark glided into the room like some sort of panther. He did this godforsaken twirl and then posed, legs akimbo, a mix between Shirley Bassey and Scooby Doo…” ‘Angel’
Written and performed by Sophie Dora-Hall, Mouths In A Glass is a colourful and at times absurd look into the minds and mouths of a variety of women including a doll disgruntled at her treatment, a fragile housewife stuck in the wrong era, a 1930’s hairdresser with an unexpected client, a frustrated psycho-therapist and a Polish woman searching for sausage. Full of one-liners, darkly humorous anecdotes and led by a slightly off-kilter performer…
“And just when I think the day can’t get any worse, who rocks up? Only her little friend Beyoncé carrying Tiny bloody Tim. He’s a dirty little so and so. She found him three weeks ago in Oxfam. He’s got black marks on his legs and his willy has been chewed…” ‘A Doll’s Life’
Having started as a mini web series, Mouths In A Glass Monologues had its debut live show at The Hope Theatre in February 2017.
Theatre N16 is a trailblazing London fringe venue, focused on producing and programming top quality new writing and selected existing works. Theatre N16 is proud of their commitment to the welfare and development of creatives, operating under an Equity Fringe Agreement. This promoting and nurturing of talent means that Theatre N16 is a bastion for development within the context of a society in which the arts are increasingly struggling to stay afloat.
Mouths in a Glass Monologues
October 18th – October 21st 2017