A fascinating insight into Pablo Picasso’s wives and lovers is emerging from the canvas at Harbour Theatre, as three women share stories about their lives with the great artist. Written by Brian McAvera and directed by Jarrod Buttery, Picasso’s Women is a collection of three honest, erotic and humorous monologues that pull no punches. The 2000 play allows Fernande Olivier, Françoise Gilot and Jacqueline Roque to give their point of view and uncover their buried histories while relating their lives to Picasso’s art. Françoise Gilot, who had two children with Picasso and is still alive, will celebrate her 100th birthday on November 26, the show’s opening night. Picasso’s Women plays at 7.30pm November 26, 27, December 1, 3 and 4 with 2pm matinees November 28 and December 5. Tickets are $25.50, $23.50 concession and $20.50 students – book at www.TAZTix.com.au or call TAZTix on 9255 3336.