I Turned Away and She Was Gone

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I Turned Away and She Was Gone is a one-woman piece created by Jennie Reznek.

The original text

In a reworking of the Demeter-Persephone story, the play explores the passage of time and the cycles of life of three generations of women – mother, daughter, grandmother - and the relationship we all have with our past, present and future selves.


2015: First performed at Magnet Theatre in Observatory, Cape Town from 18 February until 14 March by Jennie Reznek, directed by Mark Fleishman, with designs by Craig Leo , choreography by Ina Wichterich, original music by Neo Muyanga, voice Coaching by Liz Mills and videography by Sanjin Muftic.

2016: Performed again from 17 February until 12 March at Magnet Theatre in Observatory, Cape Town, with the same creative team.


Christine Skinner "Jennie Reznek in first solo show in two decades", 01/15/2015 Artslink.co.za News[1]

WCtheatre - "Jennie Reznek back on stage by popular demand", 17/02/2016 Artslink.co.za News

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