Performances

"To bleach or not to bleach, that is the question?"

LITE 2020
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LITE 2016
LITE on tour Wolverhampton
LITE in Bromsgrove
LITE in Wolverhampton
LITE the dreams of all dreams
LITE in Wolverhampton
Nothing changes if nothing changes
Everyone deserves beauty

LITE is a powerful, multimedia stage production, exploring the theme of identity/self-image through a young black  woman’s eyes. Combining drama, humour, pathos and vulnerability, LITE explores the issues of identity family and conformity through a compelling, emotional-gripping and far-reaching exploration of skin lightening:

Performance by Marlene McKenzie

 

Q & A session takes place after each performance to stimulate conversation and raise current issues on body image across all ages and groups of people.

LITE

Rachel Elizabeth

Rachel Elizabeth
Rachel
Maureen the neighbour
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Rachel
Elizabeth
Olivia
Superwoman
Superwoman
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Rachel Elizabeth is a play about domestic abuse, looking at the victim, child and the next door neighbour.  Rachel Elizabeth looks at the raw truth of DV and is used to start the conversations around this difficult subject.

 

©2020 by Marlene McKenzie Theatre.