Link to the Daily Iowan article about Feminaal.
This play is inspired by two works: the play Baal by Bertolt Brecht and the 1966 film Masculin Féminin by Jean-Luc Godard. Both are formally and stylistically important, but misogynistic in content. Feminaal is a response to these works. Set in a reimagined utopian 1960's Paris, Feminaal questions gender, capitalism and time, and that women can be jerks, too.
Feminaal contains strong language, sexuality, and violence.
The audience for this play will be required to sign a contract stating that they agree to identify as a woman while watching the performance; even if they already identify as a woman, they will still have to sign the contract to see the show.
|Assistant Director||Matt Schutz|
|Music Composer||Zoë Woodworth|
|Lighting Design||Hoejeong Yoo|
|Costume Design||Hiram Alexander Orozco|
|Violence Design||Lukas Brasherfons|