Introducing the Cast of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Take everything you know about the modern woman and write it down. Next tear the paper up and throw it away. Now set the trash can on fire and douse it with kerosene. You’d better buckle up because tradition and language, relationships and rules are set ablaze in Alice Birch’s firebomb of a play. A comedy, a manifesto, an out of control pep rally, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. blasts through the status quo and rockets to the edge of possibility.

Third Rail is excited to feature five extraordinary actors in this powerful play. Read on to meet the marvelous cast of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again., opening May 25th!

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Meet the Cast!

Alex Ramirez de Cruz, Ensemble:
“I think one of the integral acts of revolt in my life was shaving my head in college. It was a small gesture, but the first in a long series of reclaiming my body and learning how to advocate for myself as a woman, a lesbian, and a mixed person of color…. There have been few moments in my life where I have felt so free.”

Andrea Vernae, Ensemble:
“What excites me most about Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. is that I get to REVOLT! While also being big, bold, colorful, loud, brave, fearless and unapologetically myself. And that I get to collaborate with a group of storytellers that are ready to do the same.”

Maureen Porter, Ensemble:
“It is like nothing else–it’s one of those plays that you won’t see anyplace else. It does this incredible, exciting, completely provocative, funny, dark, poignant thing, and the way in which Alice Birch uses form, and deconstructs form and language, and challenges language around gender… I’m incredibly excited.”

Sarah Smith, Ensemble:
“What excites me about Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. is the opportunity to set the rules on fire. I hope to entice those who have “started to stop talking” to rejoin the conversation. And I’m delighted to challenge limits and boundaries.”

Rolland Walsh, Ensemble 

“We are living the revolution now. Doing this show – being in the room – having the conversation – the revolution is a state of mind that we either accept or reject.”