Don’t miss the premiere of a new work by South Australian playwright Michèle Saint-Yves and Singer/Songwriter Izzy Jane at the Rhino Room this September.
This unconventional cabaret will take the audience on a journey through the history of women blessed with red hair.
“It’s a well-known fact in creating popular fiction that all the kick-ass girls are redheads!” Says Michèle.
#KickAssREDS ‘Save the Red, Save the Planet’ is set to be a poignant, passionate and hilarious show weaving together three threads that make up the story of the red haired woman – the myths, the science and the personal history.
It may just charm you into reconsidering your idea of what it is to be a ‘Ginger’!”
This new work comes from playwright Michèle Saint-Yves who also directs and stars in it. She says about the piece: “This feels to me like a necessary work. It is what I call a ‘play-baret’ that is forged from the facts of what we have had to deal with in our lives as flame-haired women and presented by 3 different red-headed women. It is about living as a rare woman who speaks to the universality of our human condition. It is a work I wrote in response to the particularity of our time – when Julia Gillard was our Prime Minster – and has become one that reads us as a lightning rod for the history of humanity.”
Director/Writer: Michèle Saint-Yves
Singer/Songwriter: Izzy Jane
Set & Costume: Maryann Boettcher
Stage manager: Jeanne Hurrell
Starring: Maryann Boettcher, Michèle Saint-Yves & Izzy Jane
WHERE: RHINO ROOM, 13 Frome Street, Adelaide
WHEN: (performance is 90mins incl. interval):
Saturday 19 September @ 3:30pm & 9.45pm
Sunday 20 September @ 3:30pm
Tuesday 22 September @ 8pm
Sunday 27 September @ 3:30pm & 7:30pm
Tuesday 29 September @ 8pm
TICKETS: (Each ticket includes a complimentary drink) Full price $35/ Concession $25/ Group (6 min.) $30
BOOKINGS: Online through www.trybooking.com/ILDY or tickets can be purchased at the door (subject to availability)
Please note this show is rated R15+ Contains sexual references and coarse language.