Did you know the first Australian on the cover of Time Magazine was a girl? Or that the first person to fly an aeroplane from Australia to South Africa was also, wait for it… a girl!?
Aussie women have been slaying the game for yonks, like that time Elizabeth Kenny introduced unconventional treatments for polio disease, or that other time when Elizabeth Blackburn won a Nobel Prize for figuring out how our DNA ages. No biggie.
Join three of Melbourne’s funniest women (at least they think so) – Darcy Dann, Grace Sabbatucci and Jessica Pratt as they celebrate some of the game changing women in Australia’s history . Through the power of interpretive dance, song, improvisation and maybe even a little, yep, you guessed it – audience participation, you too can learn just who the women were that helped make Australia the bloody great country it is today.
Because, as it turns out, doing things ‘like a girl’ can be pretty darn awesome.
'You Throw Like A Girl made me laugh. Something I haven’t done in almost two years.' Hilary Clinton***
'I laughed so hard I nearly pee’d my pants. Queen Elizabeth II***
'These three women are so talented I fear for my job.' Ellen DeGeneres***
*** These people have never seen the show You Throw Like A Girl. We assume that if they were to see it, they would probably say something like this.
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