A wildly experimental and inventive new play that does not behave. Playwright Alice Birch has put together a grouping of vignettes that ask how to revolutionize language, relationships, work, and life in general while bursting at the seams of conformity.
"Revolt unfolds in a series of fragments that recall the form-bending virtuosity of Caryl Churchill...Ms. Birch’s work finds the theatrical exhilaration in civil disobedience." - The New York Times, Read More
“a puckish, yet deadly serious meditation on how language molds our experience of sex and gender, a scalding cascade of interconnected vignettes exploring words and their limits.” - Slate, Read More
"Alice Birch provides a bracing reminder that our language, customs, and basic ideas about work and life are all encoded with the legacy of brutality." - The Village Voice, Read More
"Brevity is power...Birch leaves you emotionally winded yet still engaged." - TimeOut New York, Read More
Check out these photos from SoHo Repertory Theatre's production of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. in April 2016.