So You Want To Be A Trophy Wife?

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Gauteng
Theatre On The Square
Gauteng
Wed, 14 Sep 2022 - Sat, 24 Sep 2022
R180 - R180

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SO YOU WANT TO BE A TROPHY WIFE? is written and performed by Sue Diepeveen, and directed by Wynne Bredenkamp. The play follows the highs and lows of reaching middle age and pokes fun at how society ignores women in this particular category. In a world awash with 'influencers' and 'blessers', poor old Marie is swamped! Feeling invisible and desperate, her only hope, it seems, is to find herself a rich husband. But that is easier said than done. She'll also need to make few changes in order to attract said rich man. Can mutton really be dressed up as lamb? Does it want to be dressed up as lamb?

Audiences are invited to laugh along with the character Marie as she looks at the unbelievable expectations that society places on women, and how ridiculous the fairer sex can be in the pursuit of what we think is happiness.

"she has created a character almost comical in her naivety, while also being deeply sympathetic at the same time." - Lindsay Kruger (Broadway World)

"She pulls us into her gaze, into her space." - Robyn Cohen (The Cape Robyn)

PG 13

Select Venue

Gauteng
Theatre On The Square
Gauteng
Wed, 14 Sep 2022 - Sat, 24 Sep 2022
R180 - R180

Venue


SO YOU WANT TO BE A TROPHY WIFE? is written and performed by Sue Diepeveen, and directed by Wynne Bredenkamp. The play follows the highs and lows of reaching middle age and pokes fun at how society ignores women in this particular category. In a world awash with 'influencers' and 'blessers', poor old Marie is swamped! Feeling invisible and desperate, her only hope, it seems, is to find herself a rich husband. But that is easier said than done. She'll also need to make few changes in order to attract said rich man. Can mutton really be dressed up as lamb? Does it want to be dressed up as lamb?

Audiences are invited to laugh along with the character Marie as she looks at the unbelievable expectations that society places on women, and how ridiculous the fairer sex can be in the pursuit of what we think is happiness.

"she has created a character almost comical in her naivety, while also being deeply sympathetic at the same time." - Lindsay Kruger (Broadway World)

"She pulls us into her gaze, into her space." - Robyn Cohen (The Cape Robyn)

PG 13

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