Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. finds theatrical exhilaration in a puckish, yet deadly serious meditation on how language molds our experience of sex and gender. It has a way of making you question everything you say when it comes to discussing women and their relationships with men, one another and a world in a state of unending upheaval. ‘Revolt’ teems with both absurd anarchic fury and frustrated awareness that there are no easy fixes for an unsatisfactory social system.