Just Not That Woman
The Day the Sky Turned Black
Written and performed by Ali Kennedy Scott, directed by Sara Holdren
An exploration of Fact, Fiction & Magic in the 2016 US Election
The 2016 US presidential election was forecast to be a coronation that smashed the glass ceiling - but a chasm emerged between expectation and reality. America shocked the world electing its 45th male president. It seemed a circus, a tragedy, magic…
Making its world premier at the 2017 Vancouver Fringe, this thought-provoking play from award-winning Australian artist Ali Kennedy Scott, takes a revelatory look behind the 2016 election and the factors that contributed to its surprise twist.
Globe and Mail 'Picks of the Fringe'
Vancouver Sun '3 Fringe shows not to miss'
Featured on CBC Radio & Roundhouse Radio
Written and performed by Ali Kennedy Scott, original direction by Adrian Barnes
Chronicling the everyday heroes who fought the ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires - Australia’s greatest natural disaster.
As fires sweep through the tinder dry country at speed, residents prepare for the usual summer bushfire season, unaware of the magnitude of the coming fires. By day’s end, 173 people are dead, whole towns are decimated and by week’s end, over a million acres of land are razed to the ground and arson is suspected.
Inspired by interviews with survivors, journalists and a global arson expert, the play charts each character’s personal journey from before the fire’s arrival, to their return home and the rebuilding of their lives. Their inspirational stories show the strength and courage of the human spirit when pitted against Mother Nature at her worst.
"Enthralling" The New York Times
“This year’s hot ticket!” Scottish Daily Express
Stunning to Watch” AussieTheatre
"The best of the many one-actor shows I’ve taken in at the fringe.” FringeGuru
'A master of transformation...this is a slick sophisticated piece of theatre' Fringe Review (Edinburgh)
WINNER Best Show, Sydney Fringe; WINNER Excellence in Solo performance, FringeNYC
Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Thomas Duncan Watt & Directed by Jonathan Rockefeller
Darlinghurst Theatre Sydney
“It’s the Golden Girls with Puppets – SOLD!” Time Out Magazine
“A Great Night Out” SX Magazine
“Remarkable!” The Hearld
More theatre show details coming soon….
Including Serious Banquet, ReadyMade Cabaret, Pool Play, Ferry Play, Forgotten Princesses, Chekhov Vaudavillettes, Calderon's Two Dreams