A story about Winnie Mandela, Coretta Scott King, and Gandhi's two female assistants, tasked with sleeping naked next to him so that he could test his chastity.
A story about the grand voices of non-violence told from four perspectives that we have never heard.
Katie Ebner-Landy is the Artistic Director of Les3chambres. Most recently, she worked at Beijing’s National Centre for Performing Arts in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company as Dramaturg on The Tempest, directed by Tim Supple, 2018. She has previously worked on productions including Freedom on the Tyne (2017) for which she adapted four narratives of civil rights battles; Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria (Grange Festival of Opera 2017); and the King Lear World Theatre Workshops (2014-2017), a series investigating the world’s theatre traditions through multilingual Shakespeare. Katie is a Sélection Internationale fellow at the École Normale Supérieure and holds an Arts and Humanities Research Fellowship at Queen Mary.