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White Hat Hackers


Wed 5 Dec 2018, 7:00pm–8:00pm
Thu 6 Dec 2018, 7:00pm–8:00pm
Fri 7 Dec 2018, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: The Butterfly Club, 5 Carson Place, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: lizadez

When your house is on fire do you pray or do you Google?

Craig Slist, a self-confessed Internet addict hooked on Social Media, descends into the Internet Inferno. He tries to log out but doesn’t know the correct password. Accidentally he stumbles on Russell Brand’s "unf*ck yourself". Recovery Program proudly sponsored by the wildly subversive White Hat Hackers.

Forget fishnets and boas! This all-in white, post neo- geek supremacist, vulgar, grotesque, sexy and sublime singers and musicians break into his Windows, crash the system, penetrate his Profile, and mess with his head “virtually” more than The Bible, Koran, Torah and ABC News all rolled into one.

This raunchy Multimedia Kabaret expose of a risqué threesome between the Internet ,Religion and Addiction looks at the contemporary world of digital insanity through a deranged musical filter of associations and tangents, and delivers some astutely observed commentary A show unlike any you’ll see elsewhere, online or off.

Ella Filar, Melbourne’s ‘Queen of Cabaret’ (Inpress) is an independent writer, director and songwriter. A daughter of an ex-priest turned gynaecologist and JEPP (Jewish/ Polish Princess) turned communist, she is a Gaultier of performing arts. Ella begun strutting her Klezmatic, Kabaretic,“Genre Blender, Gender Bender” stuff around Melbourne Underground long before the Arcane Art of “Mix & Match” was “discovered” by GenY’s. With her performance roots in Eastern Europe’s soviet bloc and Weimar Kabaret Filar’s work remains true to the original subversive nature of the genre.

"Uncensored, absurd, real and raw political 'no excuses' theatre—which is often hard to find in Melbourne." - Weekend Notes

"This brilliant script of songs is punctuated with mindful projections and emoji replacements that mimic the likes of stone-faced celebrities such as Victoria Beckham." - Theatre People

"The recovery program is painful, funny, ridiculous and disgustingly sarcastic." - Weekend Notes

Warning: contains absurdity, strong concepts and unpalatable truths.