Can't Be Tamed

Theatre / Contemporary
VIC
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Who does Miley Cyrus think she is?

Let’s get one thing straight(ish): this is not a cabaret or a f*cking sing-a-long. Can’t Be Tamed is an anti-biography told by the artist formerly known as Hannah Montana. A surreal un-becoming of age that begins with molly and ends somewhere deep in the Miley mindverse. Tumbling down a psychedelic rabbit hole, Miley confronts her selves in all their messy sexuality, cultural appropriation, transcendence, love, nipple pasties... oh, and feminism. Then there’s the question she can’t seem to shake: just who the f*ck am I?

Can’t Be Tamed is a 3am, greened-out D’n’M on the nature of persona, performance and identity with Miley Cyrus as your spirit guide. 

Direct from sell-out shows in Melbourne Fringe Festival!

Presented by:
Justin Nott

Justin is a Melbourne-based director and theatre-maker who holds a Postgraduate Diploma of Performance Creation (Directing) from the VCA. His recent works have explored the post-dramatic form with a strong emphasis on performance experimentation, while investigating modes of immersive theatre, genre subversion and socio-political agitation. His directing credits include Life On Repeat and Can't be Tamed (Melbourne Fringe, 2016), Sarah Kane's 4.48 Psychosis (VCA, 2014), Devoted: A New Musical, formerly Grease: A Tragedy (Midsumma Festival, 2013), and Blindness (Melbourne Fringe (2013). In 2015, Justin began collaboration with director Cathy Hunt in association with La Mama, AMES Australia and the Victorian Government to deliver drama workshops for new migrants and refugees, devising new works for performance at the La Mama Courthouse and the Walker St Gallery.

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Venue

Studio at Bakehouse Theatre

255 Angas Street, Adelaide, 5000, SA

Venue

Studio at Bakehouse Theatre

255 Angas Street, Adelaide, 5000, SA

Content Warnings

Coarse Language: Strong

Sexual References: Frequent / Strong

Age Suitability: M

Nudity Level: Frequent / Mild

Depicts Violence: Mild

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