I See You by Amy De Bhrún
Two Women. One Story. A Century Apart.
Lady Mary Heath: A Limerick-born trailblazer of aviation, lost and forgotten, trapped within the walls of time.
Mary: A middle-class Dublin woman, unseen and unheard, trapped in an abusive relationship that has just taken a turn for the worse.
This brand-new play by Amy De Bhrún weaves together poetry and an original soundscape by Jack Cawley to shed light on the hidden stories of Lady Mary Heath and her contemporary counterpart Mary – two women, one story, a century apart. A call to arms, I SEE YOU explores the dangerous cyclical nature of female oppression and the devastating consequences of allowing countless women’s voices to go unheard.
Starring Amy De Bhrún & Roxanna Nic Liam.
Directed by Helena Browne.
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"… an exciting piece of theatre." No More Workhorse
"It pulsates with righteous anger … a passionate plea for female self-empowerment." Sunday Business Post
"… this is a play about oppression. And fear. And misogyny. But it is also a play about strength. And moxie. And hope." Writing.ie