All of my friends were there – Melbourne Festival

Very excited to be a part of this wondrous joy explosion of a live art experience.

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All Of My Friends Were There

By The Guerrilla Museum

Australian Premiere

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

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Fall, Fly, Flail

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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

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Griffin Theatre: Scratch

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Griffin’s 2017 Studio Artist Phil Spencer has wrangled a handful of inspired comedy brains, new writers and alternative theatre makers. This month he’ll lock them in a room (and leave them to simmer) for a working week.

Join us on Sunday 28 May for the rough and ready Griffin Scratch, an evening of new (hopefully hilarious) ideas. There’ll be scripts in hands, snippets on stage, jokes-in-progress and all sorts of gloriously unfinished arty business for you to watch for the first (and possibly last) time.

Writers: Nikki Britton, Michael Workman, Caleb Lewis, Jennifer Wong, Henry Stone and Sabrina D’Angelo

Actors: Lucy Bell, Gareth Davies, Aileen Huynh, Alex Lee, Jamie Oxenbould and Carlo Richie

More info here

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The Queen / The Madame

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For two nights only, immersive event magicians The Boon Companions will be presenting the brilliant talents of writer/performer NICK COYLE (Me Pregnant!, Nick Coyle’s Guided Meditation, Blue Wizard) and body poet SABRINA D’ANGELO (Why Do I Dream?, Zen The Pigeon Girl) as they each perform their one-person theatrical spectaculars live on stage.

With heroines inspired by 19th century literature, THE QUEEN/THE MADAME is your opportunity to witness two incredible performers presenting shows back-to-back. Utterly unique and not to be missed. BYO bonnet.

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Me and You – Melbourne Fringe Festival

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Me and You.
A tale of friends. 

Created and Performed by Ben Pobjie and Sabrina D’Angelo

Together, Sabrina and Ben embark on a journey of artistic discovery, armed only with their dreams and an arsenal of nervous tics. In a world of false idols and paper tigers, here are two friends who seek only to teach the world to love via words and movements that bring new meaning to “inappropriate”.

“Will have you in stitches” – The Age
“Horrifically funny, with an emphasis on horror” – Timeout Melbourne

The Tuxedo Cat, 293-299 La Trobe St, Melbourne
15-20 September at 8:30pm
Tickets: $12-20
More info here

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Why Do I Dream? at SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL

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WINNER – BEST COMEDY
NOMINEE – STAND-OUT PERFORMER
(NZ Fringe 2014)

Body-poet Sabrina D’Angelo tells the story of her life (and the life of her story). Enter a bizarre silent film world where bears, bum-worms and Madame Bovary burst forth like hot-air buffoons. Described as ‘Kate Bush meets Mr. Bean’, Sabrina probes into the grand themes of life, love and identity with the grace and zest of an excited toddler. Wickedly funny and heartwarmingly tender, it’s the physical comedy that’s all in your mind.

“An amazing array of physical comedy on display. You will be rewarded with dozens of laughs and get many more as you revisit the stranger moments after you leave.” Crikey

“Will have you in stitches.” The Age

“Horrifically funny.” Time Out Melbourne

“D’Angelo has more commitment than a suicide bomber” Theatreview NZ

“Comedy equals tragedy plus mime.” All mimes

Created with Cal McCrystal (One Man, Two Guvnors) & Justin Heazlewood (The Bedroom Philosopher)

VENUE: The Factory Theatre
DATES: 5 and 7 May 2016
TIME: 9:15PM
FACEBOOK EVENT AND SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL

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BOLOFACS.

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I’m stoked to be a part of this wee performance festival. It’s going to be a wild and unpredictable ride starting at Stanmore Station and finishing at a backyard in the middle of the suburbs… There’ll be laughter, tears (of joy?), and much merriment as Big One Little One present their FIRST ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR!

DATE: Sunday 6 December
TIME: 4pm-6pm (sessions depart Stanmore Station every ten minutes)
DURATION: 60min + post-show soiree
BOOKINGS: showsinmylivingroom@gmail.com (session times at bottom of event description)
COST: $15 per person, cash

Created and Performed by Big One Little One with very special guests
Big One Little One: Brendan O’Connell, Penelope Kentish, Rachel Jackett, Sarah Coffee
Very Special Guests: Curly Fernandez, Ellen Osborne, Sabrina D’Angelo, Shani Moffat, Yve Blake

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