STORIES ABOUT MY BODY—MORGANA O'REILLY

 

Tales, scenes, diary excerpts, and boobs; Stories About My Body is a new solo work by this star of Neighbours, Wentworth and Housebound.

'I’ll tell you my birth stories, how I sold my toes in New York, read you diary entrees from ’98, while trying to work through my constant love/hate relationship with this body of mine.'

Morgana explains she still has a love/hate relationship with her 'mum bod'. However, doing full nudity in a film last year helped Morgana remember that 'bare tits are ridiculously comical! There's so much unmined comedy to be used with my own body'. 

'I want everyone to go home, look in the mirror, smile, and love themselves a little more. Hell, I want to love my own body a little more '.

Warning: There will be nudity, and you will love it.

 

Wednesday Bubs Welcome session: Please note if you are bringing your baby along great! But this is not a kids show and will be inappropriate for ages 2+

There will be pushchair parking available in the Foyer. The seating bank has stairs, pushchairs will have to be parked downstairs and bubs will need to be carried up the stairs.

This performance will not have a lockout, you're welcome to get up and down, take your bub out, and return to the show, during the performance.

"'O’Reilly is an absolute pleasure to watch'."
— Theatre Review NZ
"'O'Reilly put on a mesmerising performance.'"
— Stuff.co NZ

 


Key Image: Supplied

Pietagogetter presents Stories About My Body at Malthouse as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

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Event & ticketing details

Dates & Times

PREVIEW WED 13 APR 10am
WED 20 APR 10am
THU – SAT 8.50pm
SUN 7.50pm

Tickets

PREVIEW $28.00
FULL $35.00
CONCESSION $30.00
GROUP (4+) $32.00

All online bookings incur a $4 booking fee per transaction.

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

DURATION /

60 minutes (no interval)

CONTENT WARNINGS /

Contains descriptions/pictures of medical procedures, swearing, nudity, and pregnancy/childbirth. 

AGES /

Parental guidance recommended—Please refrain from bringing babies under a year old due to swearing content.

PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY /

No photography allowed.

ACCESSIBILITY /

Wheelchair access is available. Please make a wheelchair booking here. For more information, please see our Access page.

BOOKING FEES /

Online orders incur a $4 booking fee.

YOUR VISIT /

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