FREE TIX - The Executioners

FREE TIX - The ExecutionersWe’re coming for you.

Award-winning chanteuse Anya Anastasia brings a fierce, fresh, and tightly choreographed new breed of contemporary comedy cabaret to the stage this Melbourne Fringe. Running at Gasworks Arts Park from the 18th of the 29th of September, The Executioners cuts close to the bone as Anastasia dismembers the world's political and social current affairs.

Alongside musical-partner-in-crime, Gareth Chin, Anastasia stalks the 21st century landscape, launching thrilling attacks on ecological screw ups, techno obsessives, and self-congratulatory slacktivist keyboard warriors. This hard-hitting and hilarious show articulates the social discomfort and disconnect that now reigns supreme. It's time to unleash the fury.

The Executioners is a digitally enhanced millennial neo-cabaret that cuts right to the (funny) bone.

And yes, there is a fight scene.

A sassy cabaret chanteuse with a vivid and somewhat twisted imagination, Anya Anastasia has traversed the globe with her original songs and bold performance pieces, appearing at festivals in Europe, around Australia, and New Zealand. Nominated for Best Music (Dunedin Fringe) and Spirit of the Fringe Award (Prague Fringe), other works include Tort e Mort, Rogue Romantic, The Upside Down Girl, The Bird Wizdom Cabaret and Violet Rapscallion: A Stray Cabaret.

WINNER - Made in Adelaide Edinburgh Award (Adelaide Fringe, 2018)
WINNER - Best Cabaret (Adelaide Fringe Weekly Awards, 2018)
WINNER - Critic’s Choice (Adelaide Fringe Weekly Awards, 2018)
★★★★★ "Wickedly Funny” - The Advertiser
“The lovechild of Kate Bush and Tim Minchin” - FestMag

Australian Stage has ONE DOUBLE pass to giveaway – 8pm Tuesday 18 September, 2018

First - you MUST do at least one of the following:-
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THEN: AFTER 9AM September 13, 2018 - send your name and the words "The Executioners" to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The first entry received* will win a double pass to the 8.00pm performance Tuesday 18 September, 2018.

*PLEASE NOTE: Entries received BEFORE 9am Sep 13 will be disqualified. One entry per person. Tickets cannot be exchanged for cash or for any other performance. If you have won tickets from Australian Stage in the past 4 weeks you are ineligible for this promotion.


Gasworks Arts Park presents, as a part of the 2018 Melbourne Fringe Festival
The Executioners
Written and composed by Anya Anastasia and Gareth Chin

Sound design by Lucian McGuiness
Choreography by Team Yas Action and Sue Broadway
Projections by Chris Bennett of Underground Media
Lighting Design by Mark Oakley

18 - 29 September, 2018
Tues 18 - Thurs 20 September, 8pm
Tues 25 - Thurs 27 and Sat 29 September, 9.30pm
Tickets: $35 Full, $30 Concession, $28 Grps 6+, $25 Early Bird (ends 25 August)
Bookings: (03) 8606 4299 or online at and
Venue: Gasworks Arts Park - 21 Graham Street, Albert Park VIC

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