Festival Program


Staged: Monster / Woman

Sun 26 Aug, 1pm
ACMI Studio 1

A surreal black comedy from award-winning theatre-maker Sabrina D’Angelo, Monster / Woman follows a feminist superhero with snaky locks and a deadly gaze who journeys through time into the unreliable, paradoxical and weird history of herself.

Recommended for mature audiences. This session contains content related to abuse, death and sexism.

This session is $22/$19. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 20 July.

Head along to a free Q&A with Sabrina D'Angelo after this session. Immerse yourself in a collection of vibrant one-off theatre performances with the Staged theatre series.


1 hour

Session code


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Session Artists

Sabrina D’Angelo is a theatre maker whose work has been described as ‘Kate Bush meets Mr Bean’. Her recent credits include Zen the Pigeon Girl and Why Do I Dream?, which won best comedy at the New Zealand Fringe Festival. D’Angelo also works as a clown doctor in children's hospitals across Sydney.

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