Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered

Cabaret • Theatre
South Australia

In a world where Angry Feminism gets a bad rap, why not give Friendly Feminism a go?

Fresh from a sold-out debut season, join friendly feminist Millicent Sarre and her all-female band for this cabaret crash-course in modern intersectional feminism. Featuring 10 original songs, relatable anecdotes and a healthy dose of audience participation, this is a show for hard-core feminists and sceptics alike, and is one cabaret "not to be missed" Everything Adelaide.

★★★★★ “This is an eye-opening, timely production. It is a must see” Glam Adelaide.
★★★★★ “Funny, informative, musically outstanding and generally brilliant” Everything Adelaide.
★★★★½ “Sarre’s passion for feminism shines through, and is truly infectious - the audience leave feeling impassioned and informed”  This is RAdelaide.

Presented by: Millicent Sarre

Millicent Sarre is a singer-songwriter, musical theatre performer, cabaret artist, singing teacher, and emerging producer. Having studied music and theatre at Graceland University in the United States, she is now based in Adelaide, having worked here with companies such as Irregular Productions, Segue Productions, Hills Musical Company The Gemini Collective and many more. Favourite roles to date including Veronica Sawyer in Heathers (Segue), Wendla in Spring Awakening (HMC) and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (Graceland University). She is a regular performer and occasional host of the popular event Broadway Sessions, and is a singing and performing arts teacher and musical director for youth theatre company Adelaide Theatre Academy.

Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts

  • Funny, heartfelt, honest, thought-provoking, educational and stirring. This is an eye-opening, timely production. It is a must see. - Ben Stefanoff, Glam Adelaide

  • Millicent Sarre is exceptional...a voice that could take on many genres, stage presence, intelligence, wit and a rare song-writing gift. - Lisa Lanzi, Theatre Travels

  • You’ll come out the other side feeling like you’ve just had a really deep conversation about the state of the world with a good friend. - Stephanie Babiak, Everything Adelaide