After receiving a huge amount of support for its premier season in Sydney in 2015, Gail Louw’s one woman play Blonde Poison is heading to Melbourne for a strictly limited time in June. Starring previous Best Actress Nominee at the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards, Belinda Giblin transforms into a character of strength and vast dimensions, delivering a performance that revolves around themes of beauty, treachery and the high price of survival.
The play focuses on the character of Stella Goldschlag, who was living illegally in war torn Berlin. Directed by Jennifer Haggan and produced by Adam Liberman and is coming off a successful season at the Old Fitz Theatre.
Blonde Poison will be making it’s Melbourne debut on June 1, with shows running until June 11 at Southbank Theatre’s The Lawler and will be running in Sydney at the Sydney Opera House between April 28 until May 12. Get more info here.