If Shakespeare and Hendrix did the wild thing, this would be their love child.
The three witches of McPutin are mad as hell and on the warpath for revenge.
Not All Dictators is a no-holds-barred drama about the impact of war and what happens when women fight back. Spurned and outcast by the patriarchy and appalled by the war in Ukraine, they draw on their collective rage and witchcraft with one aim in mind – the extermination of Putin. Shakespeare meets Gurlesque in this excoriating drama about men in power and women at war.
On ‘Do You Know Me’ a play about homelessness for Melbourne Fringe 2018:
“Such an intriguing experience…deeply affecting and thought provoking with moments of exquisite beauty…. We love your work Tiffany Barton and Helen Doig!” – Across the Aisles
Content Warning: The sexual violence and violence against children is reported, not performed.
Written by Tiffany Barton, Natali Blok and Kate Smurthwaite
Directed by Helen Doig
Performed by Pru Daniel, Victoria Haslam, Melina Wylie
Multimedia by Porl Phillips
Lighting Designer: Julian Adams
Music by Peaches, Death Pill, Pussy Riot and Shaun Roberts
Image by Deric Martin
Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.
Aural Rating 50%: Has both sound and visual components, but sight isn’t essential to be able to engage with the event.