Friday, April 5, 2019

Elevan O'Clock #45 - Loretta Smith - A Spanner in the Works


Loretta Smith is an author who has written "A Spanner in the Works" The story of Alice Anderson and Australia's first all-girl garage.  Alice Anderson was an entrepreneur and pioneer who established the first motor service in Australia run entirely by women. 

Alice's story has never been widely told,  UNTIL NOW.  And Loretta, who faced her own challenges during the decade long research and writing , has ensure that this woman will not be forgotten.






You can purchase a copy HERE

Monday, March 25, 2019

Elevan O'Clock #44 - Jamie Boiskin - Ovariacting: A Period Drama



Jamie Boiskin is a menstrual activist! She has taken her own experience and turned it into a show as she is determined to get more conversation to be had by everyone.  She wants us all (yes men included) to talk about menstruation, endometriosis, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. The sooner we talk, the sooner we can get the conversation into the 21st century. So have a listen and then go see her Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2019 show and you too can be a menstrual activist!




You can get tickets to the show at The Butterfly Club HERE

Friday, March 22, 2019

Elevan O'Clock #43 Sophie Joske - Woman of the Hour


You remember Sophie Joske from an interview about her 2018 Melbourne Comedy Festival Show "Almost Lesbians"  well she is back this year with a one woman show called "Woman of the Hour".  We chat about the development of the show,  the development of the over 30 characters she plays and the fact for every "one woman" show there is a whole lot of supportive people behind her.

The show is on April 1- 11 2019 at The Butterfly Club. 

Get Tickets for The Butterfly Club HERE




Sunday, February 10, 2019

Elevan O'Clock #42 - Nikki Viveca



Nikki Viveca is a Melbourne-based comedian.  Her latest show, The Lazy Show,  is on at The Butterfly Club Feb 11 - 16. But Nikki also has three different shows coming up at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.  Maybe her definition of "lazy" is different to mine, as that actually sounds like a lot of work.




Tickets to The Lazy Show at The Butterfly Club can be bought HERE

Monday, February 4, 2019

Elevan O'Clock #41 - Cazeleon



In this episode I talk to Caz,  the creator and performer of the femme fatale  - Cazeleon.  We discuss how she and the show were created and how telling the story of your own life's journey can stimulate your audience to maybe re-evaluate their own.




Tickets to the Midsumma performances of The Music in My Mind can be purchased HERE



"Old school Hollywood glamour as you've never seen it before"

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Elevan O'Clock #40 - Mamas’ Little Gayby


I probably can't describe Courtney's show any better than her poster - its about " Growing up in the 90s with lesbian mums and finding her own Queer in her heteronormative being" .  

Yes there is a lot to unpack in that, and through our conversation we do.  I think the biggest lesson I took from meeting Courtney is don't let other's define you.  Figure out your own definition and be proud of it!




You can grab tickets to the show Here


Saturday, January 26, 2019

Elevan O'Clock #39 - Adam Fawcett - Become the One




In this episode I talk to playwright Adam Fawcett about the development of his play "Become the One".  The play looks at the burgeoning relationship become and Australian Rules Footballer and the young man who has captured his attention.  "Become the One" won the 2018 Midsumma Staged reading competition and this year returns to the Midsumma Festival with a fully staged production.  Adam, and the show's director Lyall, discuss the development of the show and what it takes to be an independent theatre company in Australia.





To purchase tickets to the Midsumma Season click  HERE

To purchase tickets to the ChillOut show click HERE

And if you would like to check out Lab Kelpie and keep up to date with their future shows click HERE