4 - 8 October
Meet Alice Anderson – a gay mechanic and entrepreneur in 1920s Melbourne.
Meet Joy Hester – a fierce, angry, larger-than life artist in 1940s Melbourne
Meet Elizabeth Gould – mother, lover, wife, artist of colonial Australia in the 1800s
Meet Dawn Faizey-Webster, a woman with locked in syndrome completing her PhD with the blink of an eye.
These remarkable women have been relegated to the sidelines of history and it’s time to bring them centre stage. In four interweaving, funny, moving, thought-provoking monologues, two actors – Mary Steuten and Tess Parker – inhabit these extraordinary women, telling their stories with truth, rawness and vulnerability.
TW Explosives Factory - Rear Laneway 67 Inkerman Street, St Kilda (behind the Thrifty-Link accessed via Lyell St and Market Street (both off Inkerman)
--- EXPLOSIVES FACTORY IS NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE ---
Themes of violence, coarse language
DATES & TIMES
Tuesday 4 October - 8.00 pm
Wednesday 5 October - 8.00 pm
Thursday 6 October - 8.00 pm
Friday 7 October - 8.00 pm
Saturday 8 October - 5.00 pm
Saturday 8 October - 8.00 pm
Christine Croyden, Megan J Riedl, Duncan Esler and Christine Davey
Graci Lynch, Megan J Riedl and Christine Davey
Tess Parker and Mary Steuten
"Captivating monologues performed with vivacity and grace. SooT has once again created a lovely adventure for theatre patrons!"