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Who Is The Ukulele Dream Girl?

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Having performed across Adelaide Fringe, Cabaret Fringe, and Feast Festival last year, Adelaide local Phi Theodoros is back and this time, with her first-ever independent production Who Is The Ukulele Dream Girl?.

Incorporating a bit of storytelling, music, and performance, Theodoros hopes to delve into taboo topics that require the stigma around them to be broken through open conversations. Themes around expectations, self-empowerment & community will be weaved into Theodoros's show, which will be held at the Bakehouse Theatre on Angas Street in the CBD.

While catching up with long-term friend and theatre colleague Ross Voss from Adapt Enterprises earlier in the year in 2019, Theodoros was notified about the Bakehouse Theatre's expression of interest around booking a show at their venue in August. This coincided with Theodoros's need for a new creative project, where she was looking at re-branding and exploring her means to be "Ukulele Dream Girl". Stepping into a new medium of self-producing and performing her very own solo cabaret show, Theodoros hopes to connect with new audiences, who will hopefully relate to the contents of her show and find a sense of lightheartedness sprinkled through often difficult topics of conversation.

Who Is The Ukulele Dream Girl? will be performing at the Bakehouse Theatre on Angas Street on August 16 (sold out), 17, 23, and 24 at 8:30pm. Book your tix here.

Photography by Jewel Chenoweth
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Why? It's more than a show - it's a welcoming community event that will help you connect with others better
When: Aug 16, 17, 23, 24
Where: Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Cost: $25 (adults), $20 (concession)
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