The Hungriest Woman in the World


Written by Shannon Bramer
Directed by Claren Grosz
December 5-17, 2017
Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace

Aimee goes to see a play alone when her husband Rob refuses to join her. Her evening at the theatre tumbles into absurdity with dancing octopuses, overly intimate strangers and drunken mistakes. Curious and surprising, The Hungriest Woman in the World is a thoughtful exploration of loneliness and Art.

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Shannon Bramer - Playwright
Shannon Bramer is a poet, playwright and mother of three fantastic human beings. Precious Energy (BookThug, September 2017) is her fourth collection of poetry. Her plays (Monarita, The Collectors and The Hungriest Woman in the World) have appeared in juried festivals across the country, among them: Women’s Work Festival (St. Johns, NL) New Ideas (Toronto) and Sarasvati FemFest (Winnipeg). Shannon also regularly conducts poetry workshops in schools and is the editor of Think City: The Poems of Gracefield Public School. An illustrated collection of poetry for young children entitled Climbing Shadows, is forthcoming from Groundwood Books.
Claren Grosz - Director/Producer
Elyse Waugh - Stage/Production Manager
Logan Cracknell - Lighting Design