Bunny was commissioned by the Stratford Festival and premiered there in 2016.
“I wish I were a girl again, half-savage and hardy, and free.”
★★★★ “Honest emotion and raw carnality make Bunny a smash”, “A magnificently realized performance by Maev Beaty” – Toronto Star
NNNN “What a gorgeous backdrop to a timely, necessary play and one of the best performances of this or any season”, “It’s a fully inhabited, lived-in performance, full of authentic tics, [and] bold physicality” (on Maev Beaty) – NOW Magazine
Aroused by inappropriate love, a young woman discovers the power of her own allure. Ever the outsider, she struggles with the social acceptable only to find herself increasingly alone in her desires. Dangerous and disorienting, Bunny is a play about repressive social convention, personal inhibition and desire unleashed.
Bunny contains nudity, sexual content and haze.
Approximate running time is 90 minutes with no intermission.
Photo featuring Maev Beaty by Jim Ryce.