It’s also about Saida talking about female sexual pleasure.
And Marlon dancing alone in his bedroom.
It’s about Saida and Marlon dealing with their personal stuff.
It’s the two of them starting all their sentences by ‘My favourite thing is…'
It’s about them.
It’s about love
It’s about us.
My Favourite is a devised performance of theatre and dance about relationships starring Saida Ahmed and Marlon Kameka.
Voices is a verbatim play based on cis and trans women sex workers’ testimonies. Performed by both actors and sex workers, Voices is a nine tableaux piece that advocates for sex workers’ rights in the UK and all around the world. Escorts, street workers, stripers, phone sex operators, erotic actors are portrayed on stage. They talk about their choice to become sex workers, their fight against stigma and violence from both clients and police forces.
IN MEMORIAM by Tom Lodge
‘In Memoriam’ is a comedy written by Tom Lodge starring Elaine O’Dwyer and Alan Bradley. It was performed in June 2017 at The Courtyard Theatre in London.
BOXXXXES / PANDORA project is a solo performance about gender, female stigma and people put into boxes. Inspired by the Greek mythological character of Pandora, a woman responsible for all mankind’s evil, the performance deconstructs the idea of gender binary. By reenacting her childhood memories involving gender, Nour-Ani Sisserian invites the audience to reconsider our conceptions about femininity and the female body.
Boxxxxes was first presented in 2017 at Camden’s People Theatre.
A Gradual Phasing Out
In a house full of flowers, two sisters initiate an erotic and power game in which they reenact their relationship with Madam. Soon their hate for their boss and their love for each other will become one and the outcome will be inevitable.
The Maids by Jean Genet was my first professional production in which I played the part of Solange. It won the ‘Paris Jeunes Talents’ award for best Director and best scenography.
Miss Julie was one of Nour-Ani Sisserian’s early work. It was presented for the first time in Paris (Theatre de Nesle) and at the Avignon Festival in 2012.