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This week, we’re so excited to have writers/producers/performers Erin Pattison and Samantha Andrew come to talk to us about their recently launched cabaret, Baby Bi Bi Bi! The show focuses on the experiences of Bisexual identity and women’s experiences put into performance.

Samantha Andrew is a Melbourne based composer, graduating from the VCA in 2017 with a Bachelor of Music. Samantha is currently in development with her new musical “Seen ✓” for UMMTA, and has arranged for artists including Kate Ceberano. From writing dirty comedy to composing children’s music, Samantha feels excited to bring some female representation to the normally male dominated field of composition.
Erin Pattison is a Melbourne based Actor and Theatre-Maker, graduating from VCA’s acting company in 2016. Recently working as a performer on a development of ‘Alice is Drowning’ at Queensland Theatre Company, and ‘Unicorn D*ck’ by Fiona Spitzkowsky, Erin is drawn to collaboration and new work. As an openly queer female artist they are interested in bringing that voice to the forefront of their work. This is Erin’s first producing credit.
Annabel Larcombe is a Sydney based actor and theatre maker, who unfortunately couldn’t be in the studio with us today! She has worked extensively with Shakespeare’s texts playing Conrad in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ (dir. Alister Smith), which toured to Germany for the Folkwang Shakespeare Festival. She is a regular participant in slam poetry events, performing alongside acclaimed slam poet Luka Lesson.

You can follow their production company at @fleshcolouredpanties on Instagram, and stay tuned for any news about Baby Bi Bi Bi!

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Triple Bi-Pass broadcasts from Wurunjeri land in the Kulin nations. We pay respects to Elders past, present, and emerging. We acknowledge that we are on stolen land on which first nations sovereignty was never ceded

Produced by Ruby Mountford

This episode was broadcast on the 10th of July 2018

 

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