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seven methods of killing kylie jenner


Every day, 7:30pm to 6:30pm Saturday 17 April to Sunday 2 May Except Monday 19 April, Tuesday 20 April and Monday 26 April


Starting from: $35

This duo is serving the tea hot and keeping receipts. PERIOD. 

Forbes Magazine claims Kylie Jenner’s a “self-made billionaire” and Cleo isn’t having a bar of it. She’s got a lot to say and on the internet, actions don’t always speak louder than words…

“Look it’s two tweets that helped me vent my frustrations. It’s really not that deep…”

As URL beef brings up IRL tensions, Cleo and Kara have more issues than getting #blocked will solve. If Black Twitter hasn’t snatched your edges yet, these 2 bawss-babes surely will. seven methods of killing Kylie Jenner is a deep dive into the murky waters of colourism and the commodification of Black women.

★★★★★ “Fresh, young, real, and exceptionally woke.” - Broadway World

★★★★★ "S2g, u should go and see it rn.” - The Morning Star

A Darlinghurst Theatre Company and Green Door Theatre Company co-production 

An Australian Premiere

Playwright Jasmine Lee-Jones 

Director Shari Sebbens 

Associate Director Zindzi Okenyo

Kara Vivienne Awosoga

Cleo Moreblessing Maturure 

Lighting Designer Kate Baldwin

Sound Designer Kim ‘Busty Beatz’ Bowers

Production Designer Keerthi Subramanyam

Voice and Dialect Coach Angela Sullen

Stage Manager Ayah Tayeh

Audio Visual Designer Wendy Yu

Producer Leila Enright 

Co-Producer, Engagement Bernadette Fam 

Co-Producer, Engagement Moreblessing Maturure

Community Engagement Specialists Ayebatonye Abrakasa, Henrietta Amevor, 2 Sydney Stylists (Niwa Mburuja and Wanyika Mshila)

Publicist Yvonne Sewankambo

Photos Teniola Komolafe

Proudly supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW

Generously supported by the City of Sydney

Covid-safe information

Darlinghurst Theatre Company is operating under guidelines from NSW Health in response to COVID 19 and our measures to ensure patron, staff and artist safety include;

  • Reduced audience capacities

  • Patrons’ seats separated from other groups at 1 empty seats either side

  • Increased distance between performers and the audience

  • Additional cleaning of theatres and disinfecting of foyer before, during and after performances

  • Hand sanitising stations throughout our venue.

  • Allocated theatre seating and collection of patron contact details

  • Assisting patrons to maintain appropriate physical distancing.

  • Providing contactless options of purchasing of food & beverages

Darlinghurst Theatre Company holds a NSW Health exemption and is operating at 75% capacity. Masks are mandatory in our theatre auditorium. Masks are mandatory in our cabaret lounge except when patrons are eating or drinking.

If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms or have been in a COVID hotspot in the last 14 days please do not attend. Contact with any questions or concerns.

Darlinghurst Theatre Company is working to keep everyone safe. Patrons visiting our theatre need to be prepared to adhere to our safety practices. If patrons are unwell, they need to stay at home and can contact our company about ticket exchange options.

Please read our ticketing terms and conditions here.

Please read our COVID-19 Safety Plan here.

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