Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes
Paperback, 104 pages ISBN: 9780369102300Publication Date:
2 Dec 2021
Size: 215mm x 135mm£19.99
First Staged:
Tarragon Theatre, Toronto, 2020

Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes

By Hannah Moscovitch

Paperback £19.99

The archetypal student-teacher romance is cleverly turned on its head for the post-#MeToo era in this striking play by the acclaimed Canadian playwright, author of What a Young Wife Ought to Know and Bunny.

An author and star professor, wracked with self-loathing after a third divorce, catches himself admiring a student – a girl in a red coat. Turns out the girl is a huge fan of his work. She also lives just down the street and gets locked out one afternoon…

Hannah Moscovitch's play Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes premiered at Tarragon Theatre, Toronto, in January 2020.

Press Quotes

'Powerful and clever and funny'

TRNTO

'A doozy... Gender power dynamics, ingrained societal notions of sexuality and personal culpability are just some of the issues explored in this powerfully prescient play'

Arts Hub Australia

'Burrows into the systemic power imbalances that gave rise to the #MeToo movement without making us feel dirty in the process'

Time Out Melbourne
Paperback, 104 pages ISBN: 9780369102300Publication Date:
2 Dec 2021
Size: 215mm x 135mm£19.99

Also by Hannah Moscovitch:

The Children's Republic
Secret Life of a Mother

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