Teresa Vittucci, versatile artist working in dance and contemporary performance with her investigations into feminist and queer perspectives of pop culture, history, and religion, presents DOOM, a play where she performs with the American multi-disciplinary musician and performer Colin Self. In DOOM, Teresa Vittucci invites Colin Self to join her in exploring the origins of femininity and the image of the woman starting from the mythological and biblical figures of Pandora and Eve, which epitomize the primary expression of femininity as well as being the origin of the threat looming on the female role. The performance studies their parallel destinies, the perception and the impact they had throughout history from a critical and queer-feminist perspective. DOOM is a play that, by analizying two ancestral narrations, attempts to detect the incarnations of femininity and the implications they involve. Vittucci and Self describe the long-term effects they have produced, the categories that have stemmed from them. A poetic exploration into which the performers delve to investigate a branch of knowledge still uncertain, unknown.