Baggage Limit

Ticket prices: $23.00 to $30.00

Full Price: $23.00 to $30.00

BankSA Card Holder: $23.25

Concession: $25.00

Companion Card: $0.00

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Duration: 60 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

Mainstage at Bakehouse Theatre

255 Angas St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings: M

Coarse Language:

Frequent, Strong

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

About this event

Sometimes you have to unpack your sh*t to find the magic and Peta Morris's one woman musical monologue does just that. Told through the lens of her two alter egos Wayne and Sharon, she uses storytelling and song to interweave a personal narrative about a life lived with anxiety and depression. Delivered with a delicate balance of humour, she addresses raw and confronting subject matter, enabling her to communicate and connect with the audience on issues many of us find too difficult to confront.
Her musical monologue format creates an experience, that make the darkest of times hit the highest of notes. 'Baggage Limit' is as much about coming to terms with what is, but learning how to make peace with the past and having a better relationship with the voices in your head.

Presented by:
Peta Morris

Peta is a Sydney based writer, performer, artist and educator. Some people will be familiar with Peta's powerhouse vocals on her work with Paul Mac on two ARIA award winning albums, as well as the hit single 'Just The Thing’ in the early 2000's. She has also worked recording with Australian bands such as The Church, Eskimo Joe and more recently cowriting with Don Walker for the new upcoming Cold Chisel album.
Baggage Limit, Peta's new venture into theatre performance is a culmination to date of her artistic skills. She uses storytelling and song to interweave a personal narrative. Delivered with a delicate balance of humour, she addresses raw and confronting subject matter, enabling her to communicate and connect with the audience on issues many of us find too difficult to confront.

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