‘GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS’ is a gutsy work by Sydney’s daring new dance company Bonnie Curtis Projects. ‘GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS’ explores the experiences of modern Australian women, parading their deepest, darkest thoughts and insecurities on stage. While giving a personal and intimate experience, the lines between audience and performer are blurred. ‘GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS’ is hilarious, clichéd and deeply moving. It is an unconventional work that pushes the boundaries of our society.
Choreographed by Bonnie Curtis in collaboration with her cast.
Performers: Kate Garrett, Kristy Maskell, Anna McCulla, Sara Moad, Kara Peake & Steph Wyburn.
MC: Melinda Penna.
‘GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS’ is the debut, full-length work of Bonnie Curtis Projects.
“GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS attempts to explore the experiences of young modern Australian women, body image and sexualization, the mask women wear as a public face, and the use of social media…. A cheeky, sexy, darkly satirical and confronting work.” – Sydney Arts Guide
“Funny, cheeky and playful, we wanted more!” Aimee, Sydney Audience Member
“Really engaging, fun and relevant” Angela, Sydney
“Great narrative on Sydney life and Sydney’s girls” – Charlotte, US
“The audience involvement was a great way to build rapport with the dancers and something fresh and new to me” – Jane, Sydney
“Amusing, primal entertainment” – Leigh, Sydney
Created with thanks to Annandale Creative Arts Centre, Academy of Music and Performing Arts (AMPA), Spark Youth Theatre, Inner West Council and the Australian Cultural Fund.