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Alice Tovey: Existential Crisis – Melbourne Fringe

When:

Fri 28 Sep 2018, 8:00pm–9:00pm
Sat 29 Sep 2018, 8:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Lithuanian Club, 44 Errol St, North Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • Full: $30.00
  • Concession: $25.00
  • Group 6+: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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A mental breakdown with lights, tights and electric guitars.

Existential Crisis (A Rock Opera) is the brand new cabaret by award winning duo Alice Tovey and Ned Dixon. Together with a live four-piece band, Tovey and Dixon’s fist pumping, velvet wearing, 80s dramatic rock opera explores the crushing sense of anxiety that goes hand-in-hand with the dreaded quarter life crisis.

Flipping cabaret on its head, this show hands steel instruments to classically trained musicians. Part narrative, part ballad and full balls-to-the-wall rock, Existential Crisis (A Rock Opera) brings all the energy of a live band and big vocals and aims to kick nihilism in the proverbial d*ck.

Alice Tovey is a Melbourne based singer, songwriter, comedian, actress, writer and egomaniac. Her first solo show, Malice (written and performed with composer Ned Dixon) was nominated for a Green Room Award for Best Original Songs and won an Adelaide Fringe Festival Weekly Award for Best Emerging Artist. Again collaborating with Ned Dixon, Alice premiered Personal Messiah (2016) and Mansplaining (2017) to much acclaim.

Warning: Contains mild coarse language

Reviews:

"Millennial fans of musical cabaret will love this show. Peter Dutton, maybe not so much." - Herald Sun

"If you can't get enough whip-smart comedy, then set your sights on Alice Tovey." - Time Out

"Slick and terrific." - Daily Review

"Alice Tovey’s insightful musical comedy skewers gender expectations." - The Age

"Alice Tovey is a fierce operatic rock goddess." - Aussie Theatre

"Fans of Tom Lehrer, or Tim Minchin, will be right at home here." - Australian Arts Review