By Stephanie Martin
Bathsheba is a through-the-keyhole view of two millennial women making a living as sex workers.
Deftly balancing humour and pathos in its exploration, the play picks apart the controversies around sex work, and articulately communicates the struggle of female sexuality within a patriarchal society.
Wednesday 13th June 2018
Jermyn Street Theatre, Piccadilly
Stephanie's play Joy [Stratford East] was well received last autumn and she has since been commissioned to adapt the play into a feature film. This spring Juniper and Jules played at Theatre503 and her play Alkaline is set to run for four weeks at Park Theatre next month.
Tatty Hennessy has worked as Assistant Director at the Old Vic, Shakespeare's Globe - including the Globe to Globe World Tour of Hamlet - and as Associate Director at the Lyric, Hammersmith. She is Associate Director of Merely Theatre, a gender-blind touring Shakespeare rep company. She is currently directing As You Like It for Shakespeare in the Squares, and is also a playwright and dramaturg.