This duo is serving the tea hot ☕🔥 and keeping receipts. PERIODT.

Forbes Magazine claims Kylie Jenner’s a 'self-made billionaire' and Cleo isn’t having a bar of it. She’s got a lot to say and on the internet, actions don’t always speak louder than words…

'Look it’s two tweets that helped me vent my frustrations. It’s really not that deep…'

As URL beef brings up IRL tensions, Cleo and Kara have more issues than getting #blocked will solve. If Black Twitter hasn’t snatched your edges yet, these two bawss-babes surely will.

Written by award-winning British playwright Jasmine Lee-Jones, seven methods of killing kylie jenner is a deep dive into the murky waters of colourism and the commodification of Black women.

"Sharply delivered, jaw-achingly funny."
— TIME OUT
"S2g, u should go and see it rn."
— THE MORNING STAR
"Fresh, young, real, and exceptionally woke."
— BROADWAY WORLD

PRODUCTION PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS

A Darlinghurst Theatre Company and Green Door Theatre Company co-production. 

Image: Teniola Komolafe

Partners

Jasmine Lee-Jones Writer
Zindzi Okenyo Co-Director
Shari Sebbens Co-Director
Iolanthe Cast
Moreblessing Maturure Cast & Community Engagement Consultant
Kate Baldwin Lighting Designer
Kim ‘Busty Beatz’ Bowers Sound Designer
Keerthi Subramanyam Production Designer
Angela Sullen Voice & Dialect Coach
Ayah Tayeh Stage Manager
Wendy Yu Audio Visual Designer
Effie Nkrumah Lead Community Engagement Consultant
Henrietta Amevor Community Engagement Consultant
Bernadette Fam Community Engagement Consultant
Niwa Mburuja Community Engagement Consultant
Wanyika Mshila Community Engagement Consultant
PRODUCER /

Leila Enright

Event & ticketing details

Accessibility

Wheelchair Access
Live Captions

Dates & Times

PREVIEW 7pm, Wed 27 Jul
MATINEES 1.30pm Sat 6 Aug, Sat 13 Aug, Sat 20 Aug
OPENING NIGHT 7pm, Thu 28 Jul
TIME TO TALK 7pm, Tue 2 Aug
LIVE CAPTIONED 7pm, Fri 5 Aug

Location

Beckett Theatre

The Malthouse, 113 Sturt St, Southbank 3006

Get directions

Train

Any train to Flinders Street, then a 12-minute stroll through Melbourne’s sparkling Arts Precinct.

Tram

The No. 1 South Melbourne tram goes right past our door. Get off at Stop 18. Any tram down St Kilda Road—jump off at Grant Street, Stop 17 and take a 3-minute walk.

Event notes

WARNINGS /

This production contains descriptions of racial violence, references to and graphic descriptions of rape and sexual assault, haze, and strobe.

DURATION /

90 minutes (no interval)

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