WE'VE GOT SO MUCH TO TALK ABOUT.
Brand new solo work; We’ve Got So Much To Talk About by Sally Stockwell, explores the challenges and complexities of motherhood through an experimental mash up of electronic sound, song, movement and rebellion.
Sally crafts her songs into a theatre-gig which voyages into themes around isolation, freedom, the struggle between artistry and motherhood; and challenging the unfinished business of feminism.
If you are a mother, know a mother or have a mother, this show is for you. Created by Sally Stockwell, direction from Julia Harvie, sound by Chris Marshall. Made with support from Creative New Zealand and Ōtautahi Tiny Festival.
Sally Stockwell has 25 years experience in theatre, television, film and radio. She’s worked as a multi-disciplinary performer in many shows such as The Arrival (Red Leap Co.) and Dark Tourist (Malia Johnson, Emma Willis), her own works Gravity Hotel (Basement) and Firefly (Auckland Arts Festival) which include her original music. Sally’s also a singer and in 2015 she released her debut album ‘Weightless’. She's studied acting (Toi Whakaari, Royal National Theatre Studio), choreographic theatre (Pantheatre Co.), clown (Philippe Gaulier), and voice (Roy Hart International Voice Centre). She is also the mother of two girls: Florence and Olive.