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All of my friends were there – Melbourne Festival

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 Australian Premiere 5 OCTOBER 2017 – 11 OCTOBER 2017 Theatreworks. Blow out the candles … Continue reading

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Fall, Fly, Flail

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 … Continue reading

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Griffin Theatre: Scratch

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 … Continue reading

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The Queen / The Madame

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 … Continue reading

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Me and You – Melbourne Fringe Festival

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 … Continue reading

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Why Do I Dream? at SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL

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 … Continue reading

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BOLOFACS.

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 … Continue reading

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