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“We were spellbound. We can’t get enough. She’s Brilliant.” Weekend Notes
It’s the smash-hit cabaret that was meant to save the world from climate change. It won’t. But it may just save us from ourselves
After captivating audiences and critics alike, Ally Morgan’s one-woman cabaret is back to save the world, one more time - this time as one of the featured headliners of the Made in Sydney program at Sydney Fringe Festival!
26-year-old Ally Morgan is determined to save the world from climate change. How does she plan to do it? Through the power of THEATRE! The only problem is that she’s so anxious about climate change that she can’t actually write the life-changing show that will save the world through the power of theatre… See the problem?
So, when Ally finally books in to see a psychologist and a guided meditation miraculously transports her to a real-life theatre in front of YOU, she’s got no choice but to devise a one-woman show on the spot – right here, right now!
Presented by Sydney’s Rogue Projects, Not Today is a frank and funny trip inside the mind of an anxious millennial on a mission. Armed with her army of instruments and an entirely original score including 11 unforgettable songs, Ally may not quite save the world, but she’ll put on one heck of a show.
Tickets: $32 - $38
Date: 13-17 September
Seymour Centre @ Cnr Cleveland Street and City Road, Chippendale NSW 2008