How do women survive in a man’s world? Allow award-winning duo, Alice Tovey and Ned Dixon to mansplain as they re-write the man-ual with their razor-sharp show, Mansplaining.
“Alice Tovey’s insightful musical comedy skewers gender expectations” (The Age), taking audiences on a journey of masculinity, misogyny and the millennial man.
Original songs such as ‘Mansplaination’ and ‘I’m Not Racist…I Just Say Racist Things’ are layered in meaning and hilarious in execution. A mixed media presentation of music, voice, kazoos, and Destiny’s Child sock puppets, Mansplaining is a “confident, proud and bright” (Herald Sun) production that embodies the “feminist, political and brilliantly cynical” (The Australian) style Tovey and Dixon are renowned for.
"Humour for the thinking person wrapped up in masterful music, witty repartee, and some self-deprecating insight." ★★★★★ - Weekend Notes
"Fans of Tim Minchin will be right at home here." – Australian Arts Review
"Feminist, political and brilliantly cynical." - The Australian
"Confident, proud and bright." - Herald Sun
Venue: Old Fitz Theatre, 129 Dowling St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
|Before the Meeting|
|kwento and Red Line Productions presents: Ate Lovia by Jordan Shea|
|Dubbo Championship Wrestling|
|Rep Season: Wayside Bride & Light Shining in Buckinghamshire|
|Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes|
|The Gentleman Magician’s Magical Soirée|
|Ghosting the Party|
|The Listies 'Make Some Noise'|
|The Great Gatsby Immersive Theatre Experience|