A university professor is caught in a storm when an image of her in a changing room is shared online. Exploring how images of women are represented in art and social media, Annie Fox's Woman Caught Unaware is a searing examination of the culture of body-shaming.
A monologue play, Woman Caught Unaware was a finalist in the inaugural Heretic Voices competition, presenting the best new writing in monologue form, and celebrating unique voices with exceptional stories to tell. It was first performed at the Arcola Theatre, London, in 2018.
The play is also available in the volume, Heretic Voices: Three Award-winning Monologues.
'Three exceptional plays... powerful, emotional, rage-filled works that rail against injustice but contain tenderness, humour and passion... it's a pleasure to witness this simple, powerful storytelling' - LondonTheatre1
'A whole theatrical season condensed into an evening' - Exeunt Magazine
'Inspiring... a poetic assembly indeed' - A Younger Theatre
Annie Fox trained as an actor in New York and at LAMDA. Under the name Andrea Browne, she worked in theatre, film, television and radio. She also taught English and Drama in London schools. Annie now writes educational books for several publishers. Woman Caught Unaware is her debut play.