What is it that makes women in trousers so appealing? A provocative, flirtatious, personal one-woman guide through musical theater and the tradition of cross-dressing female protagonists. Jessica Walker's one-woman show, written with Neil Bartlett, conjures up an entire cross-dressing history, from Victorian musical halls to Mozart to the Harlem Renaissance.
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Neil Bartlett is one of his generation's most respected and innovative theatre directors. His highly individual translations of French and German classical theatre and characteristically theatrical adaptations of Dickens, most of them originated while he was Artistic Director of the Lyric Hammersmith in London, have been played around the world. His plays have premiered at the Royal Court, at the Manchester International Festival and at the National Theatre in London.
Jessica Walker has enjoyed a successful career in both opera and cross-over repertoire, in Britain and internationally. Recent engagements include Gloria in Weill’s One Touch of Venus at Opera North and Peep Bo in The Mikado for Reis Opera, Netherlands.
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