23 Opinions No One Wanted

for 3+ nonbinary femmes and/or women

A performance piece inspired in part by articles like HuffPost’s “23 Trends Men Hate (But Women Love)” and interactions between femme & women artists and cis men. 23 Opinions is bite-sized theatre, written so performers can present it quickly without much rehearsal at any available venue, from street corners to parties with boys who brought guitars. The...
for 3+ nonbinary femmes and/or women

A performance piece inspired in part by articles like HuffPost’s “23 Trends Men Hate (But Women Love)” and interactions between femme & women artists and cis men. 23 Opinions is bite-sized theatre, written so performers can present it quickly without much rehearsal at any available venue, from street corners to parties with boys who brought guitars. The lines are not delineated so each group of performers can choose the lines that best fit.
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23 Opinions No One Wanted

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  • Sasha Karuc:
    19 Jun. 2021
    Britt A. Willis captures a familiar exhaustion in this piece. It’s punchy and delightful in how unrepentant and bold it is. This is a micro-play for anyone who has had men try to condescend about everything and anything—from their appearance to their taste.
  • Rachel Lynett:
    20 Sep. 2019
    This play has so much power packed into it. I love the flexibility and honesty of the piece. I've read it three times and keep coming back to it. I need to see this produced all over the country.
  • Steven G. Martin:
    1 Aug. 2019
    Britt A Willis crushes stupidity, insensitivity, banality, and mediocrity in this micro-short play/performance piece. All the more credit to Willis for not giving those 23 moronic opinions any time in the script, either -- although an audience will infer most because of the specificity of the lines. This is pure response & reply.

Production History

  • Professional
    ,
    The Studio Theatre Tierra del Sol
    ,
    2020
  • Fringe
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    Studio 506
    ,
    2017
  • Fringe
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    Liquid Square Arts
    ,
    2016