Black Horses Are Massive
Black Horses Are Massive by Bárbara Esmenia Rãé
Translated by Almiro Andrade
Directed by Debbie Hannan
Trapped in a Brazilian prison, Nininha and her cellmates devise personal and collective strategies for surviving incarceration. Each of them can transform into a massive black horse whenever she pleases. But in reality there are no fantasies, no romanticism, just the brutality of the system itself.
Black Horses Are Massive was submitted to the Royal Court as a part of an international call out for plays from across the Lusophone-speaking world.
Thursday 18th January 7.00pm
Running time: approx. 1 hour
A panel with Bárbara will follow the reading of Black Horses Are Massive on the 18th January.
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