What: A play
Author: João Borges da Cunha
Stage: Sofia Borges e João Borges da Cunha
Interpretation: Sofia Borges
When: Yesterday night
Ain't Miss Saint is a solo play that I saw yesterday and really liked. It tells an episode of a dialogue between a female pupil and her female teacher, that fantasise themselves mutually, arguing in a power confront - a fight of gender and class.
But behind the table there's no one. Julia is talking towards and empty chair and a table that, pulled by a rope, insists in running from her. And when the table is getting out of scene, Júlia turns into the person who she's arguing with, but it's not a Master... but She's also not Miss Saint.