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Review: Age of Arousal

Set in 1880s England, Age Of Arousal centres around an all-female secretarial school run by the well-off Mary (Julie Stewart), active in the suffrage struggle, and her younger lover, Rhoda (Marie Beath Badian). They want to teach women modern skills


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A lot of plays are bad. And one bad play, it seems, can turn us off theater for good. So, what can we learn from the bad play? Jordan Tannahill, after talking to theater heavy-hitters from Australia to Berlin, offers a roadmap for a renewed theater, one that is less insular, less insulting, with better infrastructure. In reconsidering dramaturgy, programming strategies, and alternative models for producing, he aims to turn theater from an obligation to a destination. Jordan Tannahill is a multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto. His production of Sheila Heti's All Our Happy Days Are Stupid will be performed in New York in 2015.

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Review: Age of Arousal - NOW Magazine

The release of the film Suffragette should raise awareness about England's suffrage movement. So Factory's revival of Linda Griffiths 's 2007 play is a smart move. Not that the clever and engaging play needs the help of a substandard movie. Set in 1880s England, Age Of Arousal centres around an all-female secretarial school run by the well-off Mary ( Julie Stewart ), active in the suffrage struggle, and her younger lover, Rhoda ( Marie Beath Badian ). They want to teach women modern... The older siblings, Alice ( Juno Rinaldi ) and Virginia ( Aviva Armour-Ostroff ), aren't sure how to get by since they're beyond marriageable age and grudgingly sign up for lessons. But the youngest, Monica ( Leah Doz ), is busy flirting with men, including Mary's cousin, the physician Everard ( Sam Kalilieh ), who also has an eye on Rhoda. The period setting lets Griffith riff on lots of things, including contraception, the words "old maid" and "spinster" and the image of the fainting woman, which provides a hilarious - and very physical - end to the first act. Rinaldi and Armour-Ostroff bite lustily into their showy roles, especially the latter, whose Virginia is amusingly fierce and frustrated before moving to Berlin, where she discovers another part of her identity. Doz's presence and concentration draw your eye to her constantly, while Kalilieh makes the heavy lifting required of the sole male onstage seem effortless. The relationship between Mary and Rhoda, however, doesn't resonate as it might. ) And Badian's shrillness and wavering English accent don't help matters. But this is a fine play, and director Jennifer Brewin , working with a stripped-down set as part of Factory's "Naked" season, manages to tell it with a lively spirit and intelligence. The lack of a set - there are some tables and benches - is bad for acoustics. But the space works beautifully during a scene set at an art gallery.

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  1. Set in 1880s England, Age Of Arousal centres around an all-female secretarial school run by the well-off Mary (Julie Stewart), active in the suffrage struggle, and her younger lover, Rhoda (Marie Beath Badian). They want to teach women modern skills
  2. AGE OF AROUSAL by Linda Griffiths, directed by Jennifer Brewin, with Julie Stewart, Marie Beath Badian, Aviva -Armour-Ostroff, Leah Doz, Sam Kalilieh and Juno Rinaldi. Factory Theatre (125 Bathurst). Opens October 23 and runs to November 8, 
  3. With a universally impressive cast (Aviva Armour-Ostroff as Virginia, Marie Beath Badian as Rhoda, Leah Doz as Monica, Sam Kalilieh as Everard, Juno Rinaldi as Alice, and Julie Stewart as Mary), these two hours are hilarious and touching in unexpected 

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Age of Arousal undercut by lack of design: Review
With a universally impressive cast (Aviva Armour-Ostroff as Virginia, Marie Beath Badian as Rhoda, Leah Doz as Monica, Sam Kalilieh as Everard, Juno Rinaldi as Alice, and Julie Stewart as Mary), these two hours are hilarious and touching in unexpected ways ...

The Raw and the Undercooked
Aiding her is her ardent young protégée and lover, Rhoda Nunn (Marie Beath Badian). Into their lives stumble the impoverished Madden sisters, childhood friends of Rhoda. The oldest two—Alice (Juno Rinaldi) and Virginia (Aviva Armour-Ostroff)—are self ...

Age of Arousal: Factory Theatre's 'Naked Season' has no clothes
“Wildly inspired” by a 1893 novel called The Odd Women by George Gissing, Age of Arousal takes us into Victorian secretarial school run by a suffragette named Mary (Julie Stewart) and her younger lover, Rhoda (Marie Beath Badian). At a time when women ...

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