'UNTIL MY TEARS TURN STONES'
by Héloïse Thual
Little rumour growing in my belly… Twelfth voice soon to join the rest of my tribe. I raised each voice, each voice which matured in my beautiful big belly full of Nimba’s magic, to be ready to fight. To grow fearless. To grow storm. Soon… This white neighbourhood, this white kingdom will be ours. Soon my tribe of twelve voices will repaint this neighbourhood blue Nimba.
Elizabeth Uter ( www.spotlight.com/0458-0199-6974)
Elizabeth's theatre work includes: Prodigal, Bush Theatre. This Heaven & Many Roads To Paradise, Finborough. Decade-Temptations, Theatre503. Many Roads To Paradise, Jermyn Street Theatre. The Victoria Climbe Inquiry, Hackney Empire. Akogun/African Macbeth, Shaw Theatre. Day In The Life Of An Onion, Southwark Playhouse. Rainbow Uprising, Birmingham Rep. Story Project: ‘230’, The White Bear Theatre. Diaspora Afric, Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Television: EastEnders, Casualty, Better Parenting (Carlton TV), A Licence To Live (Bristol HTV West).
'Until My Tears Turn Stones' will be performed as part of Metamorphoses Festival at the Bread and Roses Theatre, 7.30pm on 15-16th & 18th-20th May
Directed and produced by Kasia Różycki (https://www.kasiarozycki.co.uk/)
TICKETS (£10/£8): http://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/metamorphoses.html