Thrilled to be on this lineup of legends reading from Professor Emily Wilson’s groundbreaking and thrilling new translation of The Odyssey, the first ever by a woman.
Thrilled to be presenting Monster / Woman at Festival Fatale! It will be part of a killer lineup of kick-arse feministy theatre. Thanks to Women in Theatre and Screen for putting it all together.
October 27th at the Eternity Playhouse.
Details and tickets here
“Power is the ability not just to tell the story of another person, but to make it the definitive story of that person” – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
“If you ever find yourself in the wrong story, leave” – Mo Willems
Medusa. Femme fatale, whose beauty made men much harder than they’d like. Feminist superhero, with snaky locks and deadly gaze not to be messed with. The go-to figure for those seeking to demonise female authority; an image search for any woman politician will unearth her face photoshopped onto Medusa’s head. The original nasty woman. For thousands of years, the story of Medusa has fascinated and terrified readers. Poets, philosophers and artists have told and retold her story, all attempting to discover the true Medusa. If only it were that simple.
From award-winning theatre-maker Sabrina D’Angelo comes a surreal black comedy about one character’s wild journey through time and into the unreliable, paradoxical and weird history of herself.
Melbourne Writers Festival
Sunday 26th August, 1pm.
Info and tickets HERE
Excommunicated televangelist Neville Umbrellaman is back with another dose of enlightenment and reckless fear-mongering in the second instalment of his late-night broadcast for lonely people, featuring spiritual visions, romantic advice, insomniac callers and immaterial prize giveaways.
Guest performances by body-poet Sabrina D’Angelo, comedian Nick Sun, theatremaker Nick Coyle and singer-songwriter Zeadala. With jug-band music from the Søren Kierkegaard Jug Stompers.
Friday 23rd February at 8pm
Bankstown Arts Centre
More info here
Very excited to be a part of this wondrous joy explosion of a live art experience.
All Of My Friends Were There
By The Guerrilla Museum
Blow out the candles on your expectations. This is your life – seen through the prism of your most memorable birthdays. But just whose birthday is it?
A companion work to renowned live art piece FUNERAL (2016 Melbourne Festival), ALL OF MY FRIENDS WERE THERE invites participating audience members to share their favourite birthday memories via questionnaire and bear witness to a tailored theatrical performance. Each evening showcases an entirely new narrative, an entirely unique human story, and celebrates the random beauty and tragedy of life. Happy Birthday To Us.
Known for pushing the boundaries of the live art experience, The Guerrilla Museum experiments with trust, surprise, and patience – and reward audiences who come along for the ride.
There will be cake.
More info here
A young woman sits alone in a room. She has been there for a very long time, it seems like forever. But she seems content. One day, she receives an unexpected visit from a stranger and suddenly her world is turned inside out. A surreal black comedy about our desires to control, escape, delete.
This is a brand-new absurdist comedy by Sydney-based artist Sabrina D’Angelo, incorporating body poetry, puppetry, music and song. Sabrina has a Master of Puppetry from the Victorian College of the Arts, and has created work for presentation at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Fringe. This year she is also a participant in Belvoir’s inaugural Artist Workshop program.
This series of Late Night Library is produced by City of Sydney, and presented in collaboration with Roxzan Bowes and Brendan O’Connell.
Its best to book for Late Night Library however we will be taking walk ups 5min before the show.
Surry Hills Library is wheelchair accessible.
More info here