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BuzzCuts - by Sarah Coull
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Well I'm officially half way through the season and feeling goooood. Tonight marks the end of the middle weekend and the start of the home stretch.
The audience is getting bigger each night and the possibility of a 'sell out' is actually looking like a possibility (fingers enthusiastically crossed)!
Here's some responses from the Audience over the past couple of days
"This show was just brilliant. Tess is a beautiful performer with an ability to make the audience laugh with a look, or a stumble! Wonderful physicality, pace of show & way of story telling. Hope you get heaps more audience and you take it comedy fest/adelaide and beyond!" - Alex Desabrok
"Tess, I just wanted to say again how wonderfully funny i thought your show was and i didn't even realise it was you i was going to see!! (your promo pictures are deceiving + dont know your last name....til NOW!) anyway it was ridiculously funny, and i have to say parts of it was like looking into a mirror. congrats love and i bless you with large audience numbers for your run!!!!" - Lauren B
"Tess you and Claudia O'Doherty have re-instilled my faith in female comedians" - Mz Lola
"I loved your show, so original I've never seen anything quite like it" - Dave O
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
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Sunday, September 20, 2009
A courtesan, a clown and a love sick teenager. Brigid Dolan, Tessa Waters and Sarah Hillman-Stolz present three unique female characters in their solo performances for this years’ Melbourne Fringe Festival.
In her show The Courtesan, Brigid Dolan invites you to step into the bohemian underworld of 19th c. Paris, on a journey through the salons and boudoirs of celebrated French prostitute Marie du Plessis.
Tessa Waters in How to be a Lady is a young woman who wakes to find an audience in her bedroom and a narrator telling her what to do... If she'd have known they were coming she would have remembered to wear pants.
Self-deprecating and semi-autobiographical, Sarah Hillman-Stolz’s Belle's Paradise is about discovering how love and life changes us and whether what you learn in ten years helps or hurts you.
Three vastly different characters, three performers presenting varied and exciting new work with female stories and bodies at their forefront – all in one fantastic festival.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
'Asleep in a Secret' (p32) by Skye Gellman,'The Antics Shop' (p60) by Justin McGinley,'The Courtesan' (p24) by Bridget Dolan'Belle's Paradise' (p18) by Sarah Hillman-Stolz'The Hamlet Apocalypse' (p24) by Steven Mitchell Wright'A tiny chorus' (p16) by Elbow Room
How to be a Ladyhttp://www.melbournefringe.com.au/fringe-festival/show/how-to-be-a-lady
In Search of Atlantishttp://www.melbournefringe.com.au/fringe-festival/show/in-search-of-atlantis