If You Can Stand the Heat: The History of Women and Food
Are you confused? So are we. Every time we open the refrigerator.
We are a part of a humorous dinner party featuring culinary heroines: world renowned master chef Julia Child, acclaimed food writer M.F.K. Fisher, and the grand dame of southern cooking Edna Lewis. This theatrically surprising stage conversation is a tribute to celebrated female historical figures with positive messages about body image.
If You Can Stand the Heat: The History of Women and Food addresses woman’s consistent obsession/anxiety over body/food, touching on the problems of under-nourished nations and global hunger. With an inherited style from the legendary Guerrilla Girls, the performers are hidden behind masks, and yes, there are flying banana peels and pie-drenched faces... (Milijana Babić)
If you can stand the heat, we wish you a bon appetite!
Organisation: City of Women; In cooperation with: Cankarjev Dom.
Guerrilla Girls on Tour will hold a two-day workshop – on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th October, both days between 11 am and 2 pm which shall be completed Thursday 14th October with a street performance at 3 pm.
Participation limited in number and free of charge for individuals of all ages interested in collaboration, group dynamics, public performance and street-theatre activism. Application at firstname.lastname@example.org by 8th October; Organisation: Emanat Institute; City of Women; In collaboration with: Menza pri koritu – AKC Metelkova City.