Little Sister Projects presents… Exit Everything

ANYWHERE FESTIVAL MEDIA RELEASE J​ULY 2015 Part myth, part punk­rock biology class, part love letter to the Melbourne music scene, EXIT EVERYTHING is an hallucinatory journey into the underworld. Death is imagined and the rock star myth indulged and everyone is searching for the unattainable. Bridget has wanted to be a rock star since she […]

ANYWHERE FESTIVAL MEDIA RELEASE J​ULY 2015

Part myth, part punk­rock biology class, part love letter to the Melbourne music scene, EXIT EVERYTHING is an hallucinatory journey into the underworld. Death is imagined and the rock star myth indulged and everyone is searching for the unattainable. Bridget has wanted to be a rock star since she was a little girl. Now she’s all grown up and the closest she’s got is fucking some musicians and buying a leather jacket. Georgie’s cat and Grandmother both died, and their deaths sucked. Georgie is doing everything she can to prepare for death. Are you ready for yours?

Written and performed by Bridget Mackey (KINDNESS) and Georgie McAuley (KIDS KILLING KIDS) and performed in Frankston’s iconic music retailer, Guitar Village, EXIT EVERYTHING features live music by local musician Andrew Dalziell (NAUSEA). This new Australian play directed by Fleur Kilpatrick (THE CITY THEY BURNED) is a collision of obsession, fantasy and our desire to know the truth – all in the space between soundcheck and gig.

Bridget Mackey is a Melbourne based theatre maker. In 2013 Bridget graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts with her Masters in Writing for Performance. Bridget’s play K​indness o​pens at Theatre Works in August 2015 as part of F​light: Festival of New Writing.​Bridget has a passion for new writing and is Literary Manager for independent theatre company five.point.one.

Director, Fleur Kilpatrick is a prolific Melbourne­based playwright, director and arts commentator. She holds both a postgraduate diploma of directing and a Masters in Performance Writing from the Victorian College of the Arts. In 2014, Fleur won BEST EMERGING WRITER award at the Melbourne Fringe for T​he City They Burned.​

Georgie McAuley is a writer and performer based in Melbourne. She has written for and performed with the ‘Too Many Weapons’ Collective of writers, Georgie travelled to the Philippines to undertake a collaboration with the Manila­based Sipat Lawin Ensemble. Their show ‘Kids Killing Kids’, was performed at Melbourne Fringe and Next Wave Festivals, winning Best Experimental Performance at Melbourne Fringe in 2014.

LITTLE SISTER PROJECTS is an independent theatre and event production company specialising in non­traditional theatrical experiences. In 2014 Producer, Shannon Woodford won the BEST EMERGING PRODUCER award at the Melbourne Fringe for her work on SHOW STOPPER. (www.littlesisterprojects.com.au)

VENUE  Guitar Village 12 Park Lane Frankston VIC
DATES Wednesday 2 SEPT­ Sunday 6 SEPT at 7pm
TICKETS $18
TO BOOK LINK HERE
SHOW PUBLICIST Shannon Woodford 0421 816 768 littlesister@littlesisterprojects.com.au