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Mish Wittrup Soy Fat White

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Mish Wittrup Soy Fat White

A girl rocks up at a cafe. A stranger offers to buy her a coffee. How dare he! Doesn't he know she's wildly independent, painfully lonely, profoundly horny, desperately seeking attention, incapable of a relationship and totally down-to-earth?

Soy Fat White is essentially the inner ramblings of a 30-something that should really be a 20-something but somehow she lost about 10 years of her life to sex, men, bad movies and minimum wage office jobs.

Mish Wittrup is a writer/comedian/podcaster from Melbourne. Over the last 10 years, she has worked extensively in the areas of film, television, theartre and online media. She is known primarily for her work with award-winning comedians Aunty Donna and Michelle Brasier. 

She is currently the co-host of two successful podcasts – 'Mish and Zach's Leguizamarama' and 'Recaps with Mish and Zach'. 

Mish recently wrote and produced her first full length play The Hitmen through Theatre Works in St Kilda, which was met with multiple five-star reviews and a sold out season.

Soy Fat White is Mish's first ever solo show. Be nice to her. 

'Flawless.' ArtsHub

'Outrageous and hugely entertaining.' Stage Whispers

'Surprising and truly funny.' Theatre Travels

Directed by Zachary Ruane (Aunty Donna)

16+
Strictly for audiences 16+

This show contains: Occasional coarse language, Strong sexual references.

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