Funny and fast-paced new writing incorporating illustrated projections in the style of 1920s silent movies, Earwig explores what it meant to be deaf in the early 20th century against the art deco decadence of the inter-war years.
Earwig tells the story of Marigold Webb whose research into beetles is unparalleled but as a deaf woman in 1927, her work was largely ignored. Combining the weird, wonderful world of entomology with Marigold’s fight to be heard amidst flappers, jazz, and an overbearing husband, Time & Again passionatly bring history to life and engage audiences with the pasat in creative ways that feel fresh and relevant to the 21st century.
EARWIG is written by deaf and neurodivergent writer, Laura Crow, who also penned Time & Again’s previous successful shows CLOUDS (2019) and GREYHOUNDS (2018).
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