BECOMING ELECTRA is embarking on a UK TOUR 2019
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A heart-warming, hilarious and hugely enjoyable one-woman drag show about a Jewish girl trying to find her voice.
Electra is turning 18 and wrestling with her identity: can she tell her queer friends she’s Jewish and her Jewish friends that she’s queer?
You’re invited to the party she’s throwing to find out.
With show-stopping songs and comical, compelling storytelling, BECOMING ELECTRA is a cabaret show like no other: exploring what happens when Jewish and queer cultures collide.
Written by Isla van Tricht. Performed by Guy Woolf
Supported by JW3.
A QUEER MITZVAH
The Litterati production photo by Nick Rutter
GREAT AGAIN, THE MUSICAL
January 24th – 28th 2018 at VAULT Festival
“This new musical makes you smile whatever your stance.”
MIRO Magazine ★★★★
“One of the greatest strengths of this show is its book.”
Breaking the Fourth Wall ★★★★
Book & Lyrics by Isla van Tricht
Music by Guy Woolf
Listen to the songs
recorded and performed by Guy Woolf
January 25th – 29th 2017 at VAULT Festival
"A very funny play, filled with spiky one-liners and deft recurring themes."
Fringe Guru ★★★★
“An excellent play written by a very talented young writer”
West End WIilma ★★★★
Poster design by Paul Virides
(preview run) January 27th – 31st 2016 at VAULT Festival
14th June - 2nd July 2017 at 59E59 Theaters,
New York City as part of Brits Off-Broadway
"In terms of writing, I can honestly say it's phenomenal."
A Younger Theatre
“Isla van Tricht’s dialogue is a joy to listen to.”
British Theatre Guide
“Modest, modern and perceptive”
London City Nights ★★★★
“van Tricht’s superb ability to write real people.”
Grumpy Gay Critic ★★★★
Broadway Baby ★★★★
Underground production photo by Nick Rutter
The Remnants: As Thyself production photo by Piers Foley
THE REMNANTS DOUBLE BILL: AS THYSELF & THREADBARE
(preview run) July 28th – August 1st 2015 at Above the Arts
August 5th – 31st 2015 at C venues for Edinburgh Festival Fringe
“Poetic, physical and aimed for mental stimulation and emotional engagement, this play leaves you spellbound” Three Weeks ★★★★★