Top Girls


Black Box Theatre, McGlothlin Center for the Arts (MCA) — 30481 Garnand Dr.

Black Box Theatre
7:30pm, Thurs.-Sat., October 19-21, 2017
2:00pm, Sunday, October 22, 2017

By Caryl Churchill
Director, Rachael Swartz
Production Design, Kevin Dudley

Marlene, a businesswoman celebrating a major promotion, invites history and literature's strongest and most revolutionary women to dinner and through their stories challenges our concepts of what it has meant to be woman and mother throughout the ages. Churchill deftly dissects women's social achievements, the modern family, and rifts in contemporary feminism. Top Girls by Caryl Churchill calls upon us to examine what it means to be successful, fulfilled and female or if it is truly possible to be more than two of the above.

Top Girls

Marlene invites history and literature's most revolutionary women to dinner. Their stories challenge our concepts of what it has meant to be a woman.

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