by Naomi Sheldon
The problem is when I feel too much in here, the edges of me can’t contain whatever this is inside, this ball of feeling. It’s violent and its ugly and its embarrassing and it grows until it’s pressing up against the insides of my skin and I feel like I’m going to tear open, and I guess I, yeah, I feel like I’m going to… disappear.
GG’s girlhood is unfolding as an inquisitive game but a mysterious tingling sensation heralds her sexual awakening. Good Girl is a bold and provocative look at the darker side of being a good girl. Welcome to the ’90s. Where the only sex education is from Madonna.
Naomi Sheldon’s debut play is a frank and funny monologue for a female performer. It premiered in association with Old Red Lion Theatre and Bruised Sky Productions at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, before transferring to the Old Red Lion Theatre, London, VAULT 2018 and for a 4 week run in the west end at Trafalgar Studios early 2018.
‘She has a touch of the Victoria Wood in the way she can draw out humour from the minutiae of everyday experience – but then she goes beyond that to add layers of psychological examination.’ Chortle
‘A perfectly pitched and utterly identifiable debut, this moving, feisty and uplifting show proves that Naomi Sheldon is certainly one to watch.’ The List