Long before the hashtag #MeToo began and the dark underbelly of abuse of women in Hollywood came to light, two New Zealand women were exploring, for a theatre piece, women's sexuality in both negative and positive lights. Julia Croft and Eleanor Bishop star in a Bats-commissioned performance, co-written by Karin McCracken called Body Double. The production runs through nine vignettes - exploring female desire though dating, dancing, orgasms and desire. Body Double runs from 10-25 November in Wellington and will also play at the Auckland Arts Festival next year. Wallace talks to Julia and Karin.