Shrinks take the rap in waywardly funny drama.
A bold, brilliant and highly original piece... to say something bigger about the way women are policed and controlled, but also fight back.
Grabs psychiatry by the balls… G-L-O-R-I-OUS.
Cathartic and anarchic.
Theatrical stamping of patriarchal structures.
All whimsical and zany with a scathing edge.
Unbridled piece of dramatic syncopation... affirming and brazenly defiant.
An explosive commentary on the nature of female desire... irreverent and funny and flippant and sad.
Gina Moxley’s intricate, impish work.
The play is a rallying call for women to be themselves, embrace their sexuality and live a better life.
A deliciously ribald non-stop erotic cabaret of third wave feminism.
Intelligent and funny… a tremendous production that moves as much as it provokes thought.
The bawdiest performance this year.
Very funny, very explicit and very sobering.
The Patient Gloria plays directly to the third wave of feminism’s gallery.
- WriterGina Moxley
- DirectorJohn McIlduff
- Set DesignerAndrew Clancy
- Costume DesignerSarah Bacon
- Sound DesignerAdam Welsh
- Lighting DesignerSinead Wallace
- AV DesignerConan McIvor
- CastGina Moxley, Liv O’Donoghue, Jane Deasy