Disenchanted: A Cabaret of Twisted Fairy Tales

Written and performed by Eliane Morel

Musical direction, sound design and accompaniment by Daryl Wallis

Directorial assistance from Joanna Weinberg

2020 Tour Dates: Newcastle Fringe Festival, The Butterfly Club and Edinburgh Festival FringeCancelled due to Coronavirus

However… due to the wonders of YouTube, you can access my show online:

Disenchanted: A Cabaret of Twisted Fairy Tales

Now you can view an exclusive performance of 'Disenchanted' online. Filmed at Wolumla Hall during our South Coast Tour, 2019, and edited by the wonderful Ian Battersby. Just $10 buys you both Parts 1 & 2, plus a couple of bonus characters as my gift to you.


After wowing audiences at the Sydney Fringe Festival, the far South Coast and Bondi Pavilion, Eliane Morel (Writer/Performer) and Daryl Wallis (Musical Director/Accompanist) were on the verge of bringing “Disenchanted: A Cabaret of Twisted Fairy Tales” to Newcastle Fringe, the Butterfly Club and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe… but the Coronavirus intervened. Like my Facebook Page for more announcements, but in the meantime feel free to purchase an online version!

“Sexy and subversive, audacious and hilarious, this mesmerising one woman show, puts a knife in the back of traditional fairy tales.”

Witty, musical, topical and totally original, Disenchanted transports you to a 17th Century Parisian salon, hosted by the Godmother of fairy tales, where you learn the truth and nothing but the twisted truth about why the wolf was in Grandma’s bed, the Marxist philosophy of the Goose that lays the golden eggs, what those pigs in the building industry were really up to, why the so-called Ugly Sisters were robbed… and so much more.

If you’d like to contact me, or to book the show, please feel free to email me at eliane.morel99@gmail.com

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.”