Wellness: A Social Justice Play

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$15.00 to $25.00

Full Price: $15.00 to $25.00

BankSA Cardholder: $19.50

BankSA Support Act: $10.00

Concession: $20.00

Companion Card: $0.00

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Duration

52 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

The Breakout at The Mill

154 Angas St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Content warnings

M

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Strong

Nudity Level:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

Please note:

Fatism, Fatphobia, Body Image issues.

Performance accessibility

  • Auslan Interpretation
    Thursday 20th February

About this event

A "beautifully vulnerable" semi-autobiographical verbatim play examining social justice through the lens of fatism, fatphobia, and discrimination. "Inspiring, brave, authentic, educational and confronting", 'Wellness' aims to open up taboo conversations and question well-meaning motives around us.
Written by emerging writer, Ella Arendelle, we touch on sensitive subject matter and deeply personal stories. Verbatim theatre has a sting that can't be matched.

Presented by:
Ella Arendelle

Ella is a Sydney-based actor, musician, dancer, model, and now writer. Her play Wellness: A Social Justice Play was featured in Melbourne’s The Butterfly Club’s inaugural short play festival in March. She has a Certificate IV in Music Theatre and has studied at Newtown Performing Arts, ATYP, and TAFEntertainment.
Previous theatre credits include: The Queen Bee in InSex, The Maid in Smash Hits and Stereotypes, Professor Mezzo/Mezzo Student in Tyrrano, The Dukes in As You Like It, Brenda in Somewhere Else Today, Diana in Hedda Gabler, Megan in Rebound, The Thanes in Macbeth, Rebecca Huntley-Pike in A Chorus Of Disapproval, Lady Angela in Patience, Vittoria in The Gondoliers, Mrs Partlet in The Sorcerer, and others.
Ella is also a fibre artist, plays the ukulele, and is friends with Mrs Claus

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