Wednesday to Come Trilogy

Renée's celebrated trilogy of plays produced between 1984 and 1990 is a passionate celebration of the contribution women have made to the politics of New Zealand.

Wednesday to Come takes four women of four generations in a single family and looks at how they cope with the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Pass It On celebrates the role of working class women during the Waterfront Lockout; their courage, their resilience and their humanity.

Jeannie Once goes back to Dunedin in 1879, and concerns the great-grandmother of Jeannie, who as an adolescent joined the hunger march in Wednesday to Come, and became a leading activist in 1951.