After growing up on a steady diet of 80s teen movies like ‘The Breakfast Club’ and ‘Pretty in Pink’, the realities of coming of age came as a bit of a shock. Where were the montages full of easy achievement? The satisfying endings set to swelling soundtracks? The great dialogue?
A punk cabaret about pop-culture-induced expectations and the real experiences that follow.
Because if you don’t have all the answers, and you feel like you’re faking your way through a B-grade script, you, my friend, are not alone.
Warning: Contains mild coarse language, sudden loud noises, potentially triggering content or themes, including Mental Health
★★★★½ "Nevile's stage presence is enrapturing" Gutter Culture
"A beautifully empathic performer and an effervescent burst of joy" Arts Review
"Inspirational, mesmerising, profound, relatable, absolutely fantastic" Montreal Theatre Hub
"A writer and actor who is a master of both crafts" Indianapolis Examiner
★★★★½ "Telia Nevile is a rare talent" Adelaide Theatre Guide
★★★★ The Age
★★★★ NOW Magazine (Toronto)
"Dazzlingly written, dynamically delivered" Montreal Gazette