Awkward Activists brings a touch of originality and wit to Gluttony this Fringe season.
Whether you’ve seen her in musical theatre productions or performing in her own cabaret show, Friendly Feminism for The Mild Mannered, Millicent Sarre is no stranger to Adelaide audiences.
Adelaide-based performers and podcasters Millicent Sarre and Ellis Dolan are excited to be bringing their new feminist podcast Feminism Ruins Everything to the stage.
With two sold-out seasons under its belt, Friendly Feminism, the award-winning feminist cabaret by Millicent Sarre, is making a return to the Adelaide stage. Brought to life by an all-woman band, this is a cabaret crash-course in modern inter-sectional feminism, featuring 10 original songs, relatable anecdotes and a healthy dose of audience participation. A show […]
Fresh from a sold-out debut season, friendly feminist Millicent Sarre and her all-woman band give us a cabaret crash-course in modern intersectional feminism.
Adelaide Theatre Academy are becoming known for producing high quality youth productions, including Little Shop Of Horrors, Singin’ In The Rain, Xanadu and Oliver!.13 The Musical is another success to add to their growing collection.
Heathers the Musical is an adaptation of the 1988 Daniel Waters film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. The dark comedy centers on the ill fated pairing of sociopath J.D and Veronica Sawyer
This week Segue Productions are presenting the South Australian premiere of Heathers: The Musical. Glam Adelaide's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey, managed to catch up with the show's 'Veronica', Millicent Sarre to find out her thoughts on the production and the role she plays.
Nursery Rhyme Crime has never been so good.
Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered is the debut original cabaret show by Adelaide-based performer Millicent Sarre.
Make sure your roller skates are shined and leg warmers pulled up – we’re going to the 1980’s! Join the Adelaide Theatre Academy as they transport you back in time with their production of Xanadu JR.
The Adelaide Theatre Academy brings Audrey II, that most famous of Man-eating plants back to life in their version of 'Little Shop Of Horrors'
This beautiful late 20th century reworking of Frank Wedekind’s late 19th century play of the same name pits curiosity against constraint, honesty against deception and sensitivity against repression.
A 1950’s comic strip seems a highly unlikely source material for a successful musical, but it works.
Based on the classic Louisa May Alcott novel set during and after the American Civil War, this is a musical adaptation with a heart that has been lacking in many musicals of late.