Daughters of Eve - A woman is dressed in white in front of a stained glass. Her hands are clasped as though she is praying, but her expression is bored and unhappy.

Daughters of Eve

When all you've been taught is marriage and motherhood, what do you do when you have neither?

When you grow up in the Christian church, the women you hear stories about often fall into three categories: the devoted servant, the flawed hero, and the evil temptress. No matter what, the lesson is clear: becoming a wife and a mother is the ultimate objective.

Through the reimagining and retelling of stories of Biblical women through a modern, feminist perspective, Sarah Kwong reflects on her experience growing up in the Christian church and why she decided to walk away. An intimate hour of storytelling and song about losing your faith, fighting expectations, and finding yourself again.

Supported by the Adelaide Fringe Fund 2024.

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Storytelling
South Australia • World Premiere

Sat, 24 Feb - Sat, 02 Mar

60 min

Studio 166 at Goodwood Theatre and Studios

$25 to $30

M (4 Warnings)

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Reviews

  • Hidden Gem 1
  • Standing ovation 2
  • Her vocal and musical delivery were smoothly controlled and she easily commanded our attention. - Alan Shepley, TASA

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  • Hidden Gem 1
  • Standing ovation 2
  • Her vocal and musical delivery were smoothly controlled and she easily commanded our attention. - Alan Shepley, TASA

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