‘It’s always bad luck for a woman to be on board… no offence.’
Corrina, following in her seafaring father’s footsteps, boards a cargo ship set for Singapore. Not everyone is pleased to have her aboard – and not everyone will make it to their final destination.
Set in the claustrophobic cabins and corridors of a container ship at sea, Chloë Moss’s play Corrina, Corrina is a story of power dynamics, superstitions and revenge, exploring what happens when we think no one is watching.
This gripping thriller premiered at Liverpool Everyman in 2022, as a co-production between Headlong and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, directed by Holly Race Roughan.
‘A finely wrought psychological drama exploring more than just life on the high seas… A gripping piece of theatre that approaches its subject matter with bold, compelling realism’
— The Stage
‘Thought-provoking, compelling and atmospheric’
— The Times
‘A pressure-cooker drama on the high seas… powerfully conveys the trials of being a woman in a macho environment’
‘Compelling and claustrophobic… a persuasive and very powerful piece of theatre’
— Arts City Liverpool