Get Her Outta Here



WHEN: 8pm 19 Apr 2018 – 21 Apr 2018

COST: $25

TICKETS: Eventbrite

“Red Lady has fallen from planet earth, a planet that no longer exists, landing in the room of red; a small box floating in outer space. Faced with the realisation that she has lost everyone and everything, Red Lady is forced to discover a whole new world and way of survival.”

Broccolini's creation is a darkly raw absurdist comedy about Red Lady, a symbol and exploration of the female identity. Red Lady is thrown into deranged situations and finds herself within a world of her own creation. Broccolini offers up a delicacy of awkward, grotesque, heart felt stories with the thread of human worth throughout. Described as “Frantic Radness”, Broccolini writes, performs and directs the struggles of Red Lady.

Be warned there is coarse language and strong sexual references within this show.

About the Artists

Isabella Broccolini is an Australian performer, writer and theatre maker, currently known for her work in the Sydney and Brisbane Theatre Industry as actor, Isabella Tannock. Get Her Outta Here is her debut piece of self-devised narrative theatre.

Composer and Sound Designer

Grace Huie Robbins is a Sydney based maker and composer of music, sound and video. A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts and Australian Film Television Radio School, Grace’s work is concerned primarily with creating emotive and immersive Audio/Visual experiences that explore the relationship between chaos and structure

Working extensively on collaborative projects with artists in theatre, contemporary dance, audio-visual installation and concert music as well as scoring film and documentary shorts featured at international festivals such as Palm Springs Shorts fest and Cannes Film Festival Cinéma des Antipodes, Graces work has been exhibited as part of White Night Melbourne, NIDA Independent, Expanded Architecture Sydney and Fringe festivals across Australia as well as events by Front Left and Heaps Gay.

To read more about Isabella follow the link below.

Photo credit: Phil Erbacher.