Reflection Theatre presents
Dee, Myself and I
Written by Women in Black Productions
“It begins like any illness, not quite yourself that day.
A feeling deep inside you, saying something’s not ok.
A thought that just won’t budge, a feeling you can’t describe
With every passing moment, it eats you up inside.
Depression is bitch!”
Dee, Myself and I tells the story of Thea, a young woman who is struggling to cope with everyday life. Enter Dee.
Thea’s internal battle is played out before us as Dee tries to infiltrate and affect every area of her life.
Women in Black Productions
Women In Black Productions was founded in 2016 by Stephanie Fynn and Princess McDonnough, with the aim of creating stage and screen jobs for BAME actors, especially women, putting them in lead roles. This year, writer Rosie Murchison joined the company and co-wrote Dee, Myself and I with Stephanie. They have now joined forces with Reflection Theatre to put on the production. This is the companies' debut show. Their goal is to take the production to theatre festivals next year.