They’re smart. They’re successful. They’re women.
Julie Bishop and Julia Gillard rose to the top of #auspol until it all came crashing down. Now they may have left politics, but that doesn’t mean they’re over it.
This drag revenge fantasy tears through the halls of Parliament and the last decade of Australian politics, taking a sledgehammer, an axe and a vial of poison to the Patriarchy and its army of red and blue ties.
United by rage. Spurred on by revenge. Men ruined their dreams, now they will kill everyone.
From the award-winning creator of The Boy, George comes this high-camp, high-octane exploration of two of Australia's most infamous and influential women.
Canberra has it coming...
This project is amplified by Rosemary Walls and Pinky Watson as part of Melbourne Fringe’s ShowSupport and is supported by Howard Fine Acting Studios as part of Fine at Fringe.
The creators of GONE GIRLS acknowledge that this event takes place on stolen land and pay respects to the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation. Sovereignty was never ceded.
Warning: Contains strong coarse language, both sudden and sustained loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Staged Violence,Sexual References,Death,Murder,Simulated Blood,Use of Replica Weapons
"Impressive on so many levels" - Theatre Review Wellington
"Clever, camp, captivating and a little controversial" - The Upside News
"Should, neigh must, grace the stage again" - The Arts Review