by Rona Munro
Janet Horne can fly, cure or curse a beast, and read a person’s entire life story in the lines on their hand… Or so she claims. When Dornoch’s new sheriff comes knocking at her door she will have to make a difficult decision. Yield to forces that would suppress the power women have outside of church and state, or be destroyed.
What happens to people who live in a world where someone’s worth is determined by their ability to wield power over others?
One of Scotland’s leading playwrights, Rona Munro explores themes of systemic violence, gender politics, and social power in her play based on the historical burning of Britain’s “last witch” in 1727.
Directed by Matthew Jeffery (MFA CCT Directing student)
Please Note: This production contains mild sexual themes, explicit language, torture and violence, misogyny, ableism, emotional abuse, implied sexual assault, immolation and murder.
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