Written and performed by Eliane Morel
Musical direction, sound design and accompaniment by Daryl Wallis
Directed by Joanna Weinberg
Far South Coast Tour Dates (Supported by Arts on Tour):
The Twist Factory, Narooma, Friday 30th and Sat 31st August, 7pm
Wolumla Hall, Friday 13th September, 7pm
Murrah Hall, Saturday 14th September, 2pm & 7pm,
Book Tickets here: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/disenchanted
My Far South Coast Tour of ‘Disenchanted’ is supported by a touring grant from Create NSW. This project is an initiative of and administered by Arts on Tour. Funds for this grant have been made available by Create NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.
One Night Only in Sydney
Bondi Pavilion Theatre, Saturday October 5th, 7pm
Book Tickets here: www.bonditheatrecompany.com.au
Fresh from a highly successful season at the Sydney Fringe Festival Eliane Morel (writer & performer) and Daryl Wallis (musical director & accompanist) bring you ‘Disenchanted’ – a cabaret of twisted fairy tales for adults.
Witty, musical and totally original, ‘Disenchanted’ transports you to a 17th Century Parisian salon hosted by the Godmother of fairy tales, Madame d’Aulnoy. Here you will be entertained, amused and aroused by fairy tale characters gathering to re-tell their stories – but with a few twists (often prophetically relevant to today): the Wolf from Little Red Riding Hood reveals his tender side; the Goose who lays golden eggs in Jack and the Beanstalk joins the Vegan revolution and the ugly sister whistle-blows on Cinderella’s dastardly housework roster… to name just a few who will tell you the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the twisted truth.
To see a promo of my show, visit:
https://elianemorel.com/videos/(opens in a new tab)
If you’d like to contact me, or to book the show, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some reviews of ‘Disenchanted’ from the Sydney Fringe Festival:
“Sexy and subversive, audacious and hilarious.”
“Pitch-perfect comic timing and vocals.”
“Fantastic, original, hilarious… with a frisson of risk.”
“A dastardly modern and topical take on fairy tales.”