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.
Warning: Contains strobe lighting, some nudity, frequent coarse language, sustained loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Emotional Abuse,Sexual Harassment,Alcohol Use,Violence Against Women,Misogyny,Mental Health
"Feminah is a fierce autobiographical manifesto in the guise of light cabaret." - Isolated Nation (5 Stars)
"A Star on the rise!" - SeeSaw Magazine (4 Stars)
"Charlotte Otton had me from the minute she walked on stage. FEMINAH is a breath of Fringe fresh air..." Agent Mystery Case (4.5 Stars)
" Unforgettable and a must-see this Fringe Season!..." FRINGEFEED (4.5 Stars)