The play is a dialogue between four fictional women:
- a feminist Muslim;
- an Orthodox Jewish spiritual leader;
- an excommunicated nun; and
- a lesbian atheist pundit.
The topic of their discussion is “should women abandon religion?”, with the latter two characters in favour of doing so, and the former two opposed.
One of the things the presenters are doing at the shows is having guest speakers give talks afterwards on the topics brought up in the play. It’s two events discussing misogyny and religion for the price of one.
If you can still get tickets for the show, that would certainly be an interesting one to see. Failing that, the play on any night is sure to be fascinating. You can also contact the theatre to find out if there are any guest speakers after the show on the days you’re thinking of going.