Three Women is a radio-play for three voices by Sylvia Plath. Each voice is a different aspect of the feminine. The radio-play is the starting point for a hybrid performance of one musician and three performers in a kitchen "trapped" with sensors. A live concert with the musician composing ad hoc sound-scapes that are interwoven dynamically with the spoken word and dance. The whole performance takes place in a kitchen where Plath’s most crucial episodes of life took place, including her suicide. The performers cook for their audience while acting out Plath’s dangerous games. At the end, they serve and join audience for dinner.