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England's Splendid Daughters

England’s Splendid Daughters is a physical theatre piece based on the memoirs of ambulance drivers in World War I. When the British were losing the war, in order to send more men to the trenches, they promoted all service level staff to the front lines. To replace the ambulance drivers, the British Armed Forces sought out unmarried women who knew how to drive a car. Unintentionally, they recruited a bunch of lesbians. England’s Splendid Daughters was written to prove to ourselves and the world that queer people have always been heroes.

Creative Team

Choreography: Michael Landez
Set Design: Edward Matthew Walter
Lighting Design: Alastair Sigala Ramirez
Costume Design: Kaelen Novak
Sound Design: Katie Polaschek
Production Dramaturg: Nate Ferguson

Development Dramaturg: Molly Donahue


Allison Sass

Jivani Rodriguez

Kathleen Guerrero

Jennifer Hogan

Ellie Freeman

Julia Fout

Rachel Wade

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