The grandfather of modern psychology, Sigmund Freud, once gifted us with the wisdom that 'sometimes a cigar is just a cigar'. Beth's brain once gifted her with the wisdom that sometimes you just need to eat two family bars of chocolate and three servings of spaghetti bolognese and then go for a run at 11.30pm to feel better about life. Who got it right? Who knows.
At one point in her life, Beth was mad certifiable. Now, her and her brain are mad BFFs (mostly). Part sketch, part cabaret, part stand-up, part performance lecture and part therapy session (jks), this is a show inspired by mental illness. Because sometimes our brains and the inconvenient things they tell us to do need a good fun-poking.
★★★★ "Funny and moving…perfectly straddles the line of humour and poignancy” The Upside News
★★★★ "Thought provoking, original, and quirky" The Clothesline
"Showstopping" Great Scott Media
"Funny, eye-opening and rich." Chuck Moore Reviews About
"Grimly satirical...direct and engaging." Edgewise Productions
"Oh, you're going to write a solo comedy show, are you? Pfffffft." - Beth's brain
Beth McMullen is an actor, singer, writer and improviser who has appeared in ABC TV’s The Checkout, recently played the very heckers role of Macbeth in an all-cis-female production of the play and writes, directs and/or performs in sketches for the web and Improv Theatre Sydney's Sketchy At Best. She is also the co-founder of the internationally touring improv troupe Confetti Gun.
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