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1 Venue

The Studio at The Blue Room Theatre

53 James Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, WA, 6003

18+ venue or accompanied by parent or legal guardian

Suitability and warnings: 18+

Coarse Language:




Other Warnings:

Sexual References, Smoke Effects

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Hot

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About this event

Feminah is a cabaret piece about the vulgar women of the world; the women that embrace all things trashy and beastly and that celebrate their intrinsically hideous selves. It is a power ballad for women too scared to unleash the beast within and let her wreak havoc.

Feminah follows one woman on a war-path to dismantle every structure set in place to keep her calm and appropriate; she's here to destroy the town, and maybe take you with it.

A solo show created by Perth's staunchly seductive powerhouse Charlotte Otton, Feminah is an ode to women that censor themselves for the sake of being professional, tasteful or -- heaven forbid -- cute. This explosion of gritty femininity is what happens when a woman refuses the idea of 'having it all' and instead, annihilates it.

Presented by:
The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights & Charlotte Otton

Charlotte Otton is an emerging theatre maker and recent graduate from the Performance Making course at WAAPA in 2017. A multidisciplinary artist, Charlotte studied improvisation in Chicago and New York (iO and Second City, 2015) and is a current ensemble member of The Big Hoo-Haa. She has recently finished an Artist in Residence at Fremantle Arts Centre with ‘Let me finish.’; a new work that will be seen by Perth audiences in 2018. She has completed internships with The Blue Room Theatre (2017) and Perth Festival (2017/2018). Recently, Charlotte has finished a season at The Blue Room Theatre performing in Hive Mind and performed in a co-production with WASO and Spare Parts Puppet Theatre with The Carnival of The Animals.

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