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“A cry for help from a captivated human locked up in the circle of senses, constantly responding to never ending changes. Since “what I am” is not in the service of the question “who am I?”, no matter what I do, I am a servant without reward to those who are oppressive and unreasonable in the world.” Nasrin Jamali
This a play written by Italian playwrights Franca Rame and Dario Fo in 1977.
Sharron pours her soul out to her neighbor through the window of her apartment in which shes is lucked up by her jealous husband. She tells the story and the reasoning behind her imprisonment and during the play the audience realizes that she is not unhappy about it at all, until the shocking twist at the end. This is a play that will make you laugh, cry and think about the struggles some women **** on a day to day basis.