This play was written by Arthur Kopit in 1962.
It is set in 1938 and belongs to the Absurdist genre, in which works express the belief that human existence has no meaning or purpose and therefore all communication breaks down.
Vitally, humour is an essential ingredient.
Eight famous women from different historical periods and different countries are played by Actors from The Sinistra company in Bridport, Dorset.
Directing is Gail Sagman who runs The Jam Factory on the Dorset/Devon border and who has a longstanding interest in The Absurd.