Scream Fire (For the Revolution)

Scream Fire (For the Revolution)

From a young age, women are taught to scream “fire” if they’re being attacked by a man because people are more likely to come to their aid. But what if women no longer need to be rescued?

This is a play about anger and softness, longing and being enough. SCREAM FIRE (FOR THE REVOLUTION) explores female connection and disconnection, intimacy, and how men suck... but we love them... but we hate them... but we love them... but they suck... ad nauseam.

Devised and written by Natasha Brown and the Stratford East Young Company, directed by Nastazja Domaradzka

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Runtime: Approximately 60 minutes (no interval)
Age Guidance: 14+ This show contains strong language, sexual references and violence. This production contains flashing lights.
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Please note that seating is unreserved. The seating capacity may be increased in line with the government's COVID-19 roadmap, if applicable. All bookers will be made aware if the seating capacity or configuration changes.

CAST
Ella McCallum
Jemica Taylor
Rachel Woodward Carlton 
Sophia Roberts
Melody Adeniran


CREATIVE
Devised and written by Natasha Brown and the Stratford East Young Company  
Director - Nastazja Domaradzka  
Lighting Designer - Pablo Fernandez  
Sound Designer - Roly Botha
Movement Director - Christina Fulcher
Voice Coach - Barbara Houseman

Cast & Creative Team

CAST
Ella McCallum
Jemica Taylor
Rachel Woodward Carlton 
Sophia Roberts
Melody Adeniran


CREATIVE
Devised and written by Natasha Brown and the Stratford East Young Company  
Director - Nastazja Domaradzka  
Lighting Designer - Pablo Fernandez  
Sound Designer - Roly Botha
Movement Director - Christina Fulcher
Voice Coach - Barbara Houseman

Natasha Brown (writer and deviser) makes theatre. Her work interrogates power, identity and community. She has been part of the Soho Writers’ Lab, the Bush Theatre’s Emerging Writers’ Group and the Soho Accelerate programme. She is an Associate Writer at Middle Child Theatre. Her debut play I AM [NOT] KANYE WEST ran at the Bunker Theatre in March 2020. She has also made theatre with Boundless Theatre, Burn Bright, the Bush Theatre, Clean Break, Donmar Warehouse, Theatre Royal Stratford East and The Old Vic.


Nastazja Domaradzka (director) is originally from Poland, and is a London-based feminist theatremaker and director. She has worked both in the UK and abroad and was the founder and curator of HerStory: Intersectional Feminist Festival. Nastazja’s recent work includes collaborating with Middle Child on their Brexit cabaret US AGAINST WHATEVER written by Maureen Lennon, directing a feminist call to arms 10 by Lizzie Milton at Vault Festival 2019, directing the English world premiere of Stamoslaw Wyspianski’s The Death of Ophelia at Shakespeare’s Globe and directing This Kind of Air by Romanian playwright Vera Ion at The Bunker Theatre. She directed Peyvand Sadeghian’s award winning show Dual دوگانه at the Vault Festival and prior to the outbreak of Covid-19 directed Argentinian piece Invisibles by Lola Lagos, which never played to the public. Nastazja’s work is rooted in Eastern European practice through using theatre as the tool of resistance and amplifying under-represented voices. She holds an MA in Applied Theatre from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and teaches at various drama schools in the UK.

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