I can’t be the only one who wants
to meet someone?
And suddenly you are new too.
Your legs are new.
Your neck is new.
Your …. is new.
And you can be
After Aulis is an award-winning black & blue multi-roling female monologue written to be performed in verse….and stilettos.
Inspired by Euripides’ Iphigenia in Aulis, this one-woman play explores the ageless moral decision: how far should you sacrifice your own life for those around you? However, this Iphigenia is no innocent victim: Nia’s a sardonic, self-obsessed adulterer, and she’s running away from all her responsibilities as fast as her heels allow.
July 2018: 4 nights at The Attic Theatre – Awarded ‘Fringe Event of the Year’ by Stratford Fringe.
Nia – Emmeline Braefield
Directed by Mollie Fyfe-Taylor
May 2019: 4 nights at Brighton Fringe Festival – shortlisted for Best New Play by New Writing South
“Heartbreaking and joyful”
“Funny, sad, and soul-searching. A must see!”
“An acerbic and absorbing contemporary take on an ancient Greek tragedy. Emmeline Braefield revels in her portrayal of the main protagonist: hilariously callous throughout, yet at times deeply compassionate; all the while playing an array of identifiable supporting characters in this must-see one-woman show.”