Be A Doll, Won't You?

Hilarious, dirty, and uncomfortable - this award-winning show is ready to talk about objectification.

$25.00 - $28.00
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A woman in a pink wig stares into a neon yellow compact mirror. Half of her face is obscured and her single visible eye stares out in concentration.

Image Credit: Photos by Jamois

  • Written and Performed by: Ellen Graham

  • Directed by: Zola Allen

Ever felt like a piece of meat? Lulu does! As a woman in the sex industry, the world constantly objectifies her, until she eventually becomes the thing everyone always sees her as - a doll.

Created by award-winning femme duo, Ellen Graham and Zola Allen, 'Be A Doll, Won't You?' will astound, arouse, and disgust as in 50 minutes or less, you see a woman peel away her own self-image bit by bit, like the world's most psychologically devastating strip show!

Expect spanking, weird feet guys, and horrible stories about hospitality!

About Ellen Graham

Ellen Graham is an actor, playwright, clown, drag-king, and podcaster. She graduated from Adelaide College of the Arts in 2016 and has charged recklessly into life as a creative ever since. She is the co-founder of theatre company, Madness of Two which won the 2021 AWGIE Awards for Theatre for Young Audiences with their children's show, 'Claire Della and the Moon'.

As a solo performer, Ellen is prolific across the local theatre and drag scene but also has made international waves with her TTRPG podcast, Role to Cast which won an ENNIE in 2022 and performed to sold-out crowds in the 2023 Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Zola Allen is an award-winning Adelaide-based actor, director, theatre-maker, and recipient of the 2023 Carclew Fellowship. She graduated in 2018 from the advanced acting course at Adelaide College of the Arts.

Zola is an emerging performer of note in the Adelaide indie theatre scene, including performance highlights from: 'Dead Gorgeous' directed by Hew Parham, presented by Madness of Two, 'All the Things I Couldn’t Say' directed by Katherine Sortini presented by Deus Ex Femina and All The Things I Couldn’t Say directed by Nate Troisi produced by Wickedly Good Productions and the Role to Cast podcast season Homeland.

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