Three women, three lives, three centuries. Three women whose stories form links in the long chain that has quietly coiled its way through Queer History. All gayfully laced together by the Queer Fruit chorus. Willa, the youngest, in the 21st century, has an outrageously sexy encounter playing with fountains, fruit and loose lips. Eddy, the oldest, in the 1970s, recounts her love life and a certain experience with buttoned up nighties during World War 2. Margaret, 40, in the early 19th-century, tells of the love life that got her transported as a convict to Australia and how a poached egg was the ruin of her. Emotive, witty and great fun.

  • drama
  • 40
  • 3 total
  • 3 female identifying
  • history
  • young adult, adult
  • Australian Script Centre


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