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From Marginal to Mainstream

It started as an eight-day beginners' theatre workshop for women who were victims of trafficking. No one could have predicted the outcome.

It started as an eight-day beginners' theatre workshop run by Caryne Chapman Clark for women who were newly rescued victims of trafficking. Ten women from nine different countries. They didn't know each other. They could barely speak English. Just a few basic theatre skills to give them confidence so they could look each other in the eye.

Who could have known that this was to be the start of something?

The Women/Marginal Voices:

Gloria
Alice
Teresa
India

Pieces conceived and written by Caryne Chapman Clark in collaboration with Marginal Voices

Music:
Chances Are - Jamie Catto
Mama - Sianed Jones

Voice-Overs for 'Letters to Oprah' and 'Black Dress' by Hazel Holder

With thanks to Fuel Theatre

Associate producer: Caryne Chapman Clark
Producer: Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

45 minutes

Last on

Mon 21 May 2018 14:15

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Role Contributor
Performer Marginal Voices
Writer Caryne Chapman Clark
Producer Karen Rose

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