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Who The F**k Is Erica Price? Brisbane

The revolution is coming - but at what cost?

Presented by:

Ghostlight Theatre Co. and Anywhere Festival

Presented by Ghostlight Theatre Co. and Anywhere Festival

Erica Price is a lonely poet and a busy prostitute. The many men in her world may come and go but the one constant in Erica’s life is her dreams of a better world. The revolution is coming – but at what cost?

Directed by Yasmin Elahi, this intimate two-hander is a captivating window into a fractured woman’s psyche.

We are proud to present this Australian one-act play by Sarah Brill as part of the Anywhere Festival 2023 in both Brisbane and Moreton Bay.

Brisbane – 13 May 2023 – Old Stefan Building, Manning Street, South Brisbane
Moreton Bay – 27 May 2023 – Method Art Collective, 2/29 Kenworth Place, Brendale

This performance is at Old Stefan Hair Salon, located in Manning Street, South Brisbane.



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ERICA PRICE | Sat 13th May | 7:30pm.
Brisbane - Old Stefan Building, Manning Street South Brisbane
$ 25.00
50 available
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    Fringe Brisbane Building aka Old Stefan Salon

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    Date & Time

    13 May @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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    60 minutes min(s)

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    Sexual Situations, Suggestive dialogue

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    Doors Open

    15 Minutes Early

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