Who gets to make theatre in this country?

In a new show, Mish Grigor and Zoey Dawson confront the silent barriers signifying ‘who’s who’ in the arts.

Class Act is a new work from Aphids, which picks apart the performance of class and the daily representations we all embody (consciously or not) in our lives and work as artists. 

It’s loosely based on the transformation tale of My Fair Lady. If you’re unfamiliar with the plight of Cockney-tongued Eliza Doolittle and her makeover, don’t stress. ‘It doesn’t matter if you’ve seen it, and it doesn’t matter if you like it or not,’ writer/performer Mish Grigor said.

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Sarah is a Melbourne-based writer, video producer, multimedia content creator and communications specialist.