Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History
Written by Patricia Downey
Performed by Caroline Curran
Naughton Studio, Lyric Theatre February 2012
Marilyn Monroe famously said, 'Well behaved women rarely make history'. Her breathtaking beauty and remarkable talent made her a superstar, but Monroe was a complex and intense woman who ultimately succumbed to self-destruction - or did she? The history books are filled with notorious females. Join us on a rollercoaster ride through the lives of Ms Monroe and some ladies who subscribed to her theory.
Spanner in the Works Theatre company was established in Belfast in September 1998. Spanner in the Works undertakes performances and workshops throughout Ireland, both north and South, touring rural and urban communities. The main aim of the company is to provide challenging productions that will deal with difficult, hard hitting and controversial subject matter.