Flying Fox A Dangerous Woman
Following on from the successes of Bare (Edinburgh Fringe First 2010, Dark Chat Best Director Award & a nomination as best actor by The Stage), Lady Macbeth Rewrites The Rulebook (Edinburgh Festival 2001 & immediate transfer to Croydon Warehouse, London), Katie Crowder (Oldham Coliseum 2015), The Alphabet Girl (Edinburgh 2015, Best Fringe Performance 2014 & Best National Studio Performance 2015) Edinburgh Fringe First and Dark Chat Best Director winner Renny Krupinski is presenting his new one-woman play A Dangerous Woman starring Louise McNulty.
A late entry to this year’s Edinburgh Festival follows the remarkable audience response to A Dangerous Woman presented for one night as part of Powerhouse Plays; a double bill of new writing at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre where Renny Krupinski staged his sell-out, 5* critically acclaimed, historical epic...D’Eon.
Finding her perfect, childhood-sweetheart marriage descending into a mixture of apathy, rage and enforced dependency, the reality of losing everything is presented to Monica Sims in a starkness she’d much rather not see. However, when a random involuntary act takes her by surprise, she discovers a completely unexpected, undreamed of career change making her a dangerous woman in an outrageous bid for freedom.
A Dangerous Woman is funny, surprising, poignant, touching and disturbing.