I Love Ursula Hamdress
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Theatre and physical theatre about the contemporary condition of women and farmed animals, created following Carol Adams' lecture The sexual Politics of Meat. On the stage an aspiring showgirl talks about herself. Step by step the life of an ordinary ditsy girl merges into that of a cow, of a sow, in a way that their identities becomes one, just because of their female nature. They have the same role in our patriarchal society: to be an object, a consumable body. The work wants to be a tribute to all females and to the consumable body.

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