A black and white image of Medusa on stage. Medusa stands with her hair covered in snakes, dressed in a black lace-up top with flowing sleeves, and a reflective snake-skin pattern skirt, gesturing to the audience. She has heart-shaped glasses hanging from the top of her shirt. She has a smile on her face and is holding a microphone. Behind her is a screen that shows text saying 'Medusa's Guide to Modern Dating' in Ancient Greek style lettering, with the word 'Modern' laying on top in swirling lettering. To Medusa's left is a wooden coat stand with a white sheet hanging from it and a head wreath hanging from it. To her right is a small table covered in vines, with a goblet on the top.
Medusa is on stage with her blonde hair covered in gold snakes. She is wearing a black lace-up top with flowing sleeves, and a silver snake-skin patterned skirt. Medusa is mid-song, her mouth open and eyes closed. Her face is slightly scrunched as if singing with more power. She is holding a microphone to her face in one hand, and the other is touching her shoulder. Behind her, a coat rack with white sheets on it is visible
Medusa is on stage with her blonde hair covered in gold snakes. She is wearing a black lace-up top with flowing sleeves, and a silver snake-skin patterned skirt. She has red heart-shaped glasses hanging from the top of her shirt. Medusa stands slightly bent, microphone to her mouth mid-song. She is looking at and singing to a small pink vibrator she has held in her hand. Behind her, a coat rack with white sheets on it is visible.

Medusa's Guide To Modern Dating

Medusa Returns! Following a smash-success debut in 2023 at Adelaide Fringe and an encore run during Adelaide Cabaret Fringe, Erinn Jade as Medusa is back to delight and fright, as this mythical marvel takes back her power and her story is retold. This one-woman cabaret cobra will combine comedy and tragedy, music and melody, and give you a night you will never forget!

You think you know the story of Medusa. She's a gorgon, a monster. But there's so much more to her, and to the story you think you know. Now she's embracing the new modern age, and making it her own (with an ancient twist). Feminist, fun, heart-breaking and heart-warming, this is one not to miss.

★★★★ "Enjoyable cabaret that shows an endearing side to one of Greek mythology's misunderstood characters" - Upside Adelaide

This show encourages audience participation and interaction, and the performer moves around within the audience.

Cabaret • Vocal
South Australia

Wed, 28 Feb - Fri, 08 Mar

50 min

The Warehouse Theatre

$15 to $25

M15+ (4 Warnings)

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