An actress recounts her meeting with a powerful producer in a hotel room.
A woman looks back on her life of protest, challenging the color bars in the 1940s and marching for a better world.
A secretary in the 1960s starts to explore her sexuality.
It's 1991, and rape in marriage has been made illegal. Our character is shocked to realize what she has been living through.
A monologue capturing the moment when a 19-year-old in Leeds in 1977 decides she won't be confined to her house.
A monologue inspired by the story of Pritilata Waddedar, who campaigned for Bengali women to get the right to vote in 1930s colonial India.
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