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Quarter Life Crisis – Melbourne Fringe Festival 2017


Mon 25 Sep 2017, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Tue 26 Sep 2017, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Wed 27 Sep 2017, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Thu 28 Sep 2017, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Fri 29 Sep 2017, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Sat 30 Sep 2017, 9:45pm–10:45pm

Where: Metropolitan Hotel, 36-42 Courtney St, North Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $25.00
  • Concession: $20.00
  • Cheap Tuesday - All: $20.00
  • Group 6+ - Each : $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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After rave reviews at both Sydney and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, award-winning theatre collective, The General Public, are bringing their five star (Adelaide Advertiser) one woman comedy Quarter Life Crisis to Melbourne Fringe!

Meet Steph. Steph is a millennial office worker. She went to uni, got a job, fell in and out of love and now...and now what? She’s starting to question a few things.

Is this life?
Is this adulthood?
Is this it?

Join Steph on the eve of her 25th birthday as she takes you through her mediocre job, fear of using public bathrooms and attempts at becoming a fully functioning adult (drunk dancing and awkward pick-up lines included).

A cheeky one woman show that celebrates BYO restaurants, questionable life choices and peanut butter.

Written and performed by Courtney Ammehauser and directed and produced by Lakia Pattinson.

“Courtney Ammenhauser’s script is honest and brassy, as is her performance. Marvellously exuberant and unrestrained, Ammenhauser presents a show that captivates and entertains, putting on display the aimlessness of youth in Australia that comes from a place of privilege and complacency.” - Suzy Wong

5 stars - The Adelaide Advertiser

“Quarter Life Crisis is a brutally honest account of a 24-year-old woman trying desperately to understand when she’ll become a functioning ‘adult’ and enjoy budgeting on weekends, saving money and working a job that she’s actually passionate about—thoughts that are all too relatable.” - The Adelaide Advertiser

“Elegantly and Hilariously Brazen. Within the first few minutes of opening , the audience was already laughing and from there the laughs didn’t stop. Every line, every joke was delivered perfectly, there wasn’t one part, that wasn’t well received by the audience.” - Weekend Notes