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The Tiny Impro Co

The Weird Sisters @ Sydney Fringe Festival

Where
The Factory Theatre
The Factory Theatre
105 Victoria Road, Marrickville NSW 2204
The Terminal
When

Wednesday 28 September from 8:15pm to 9:15pm Friday 30 September from 8:15pm to 9:15pm

Cost

Adult: $17/$12

We see Macbeth’s three Weird Sisters (aka, The Witches) at the beginning and end of Shakespeare’s play, but how do these siblings pass the time in-between?

The Weird Sisters is an improvised comedy focussing on all the "double, double toil and trouble" of sisterly relationships.

Inspired by the audience's input, legendary improvisers Anne Wilson, Linda Calgaro, and Linette Voller (Lady Fingers) draw you in to their quirky brand of improv, and the up and down world of three slightly kooky, slightly spooky sisters. Prepare to cackle your Bard off!

Winners Best Ensemble and Best Show, New Zealand Improv Festival 2015

"...Three talented women... set their rope at just the right level to both thrill and entertain...all three women are equal parts foil and star… Lady Fingers, like the sponge cakes that share their name, are quite delicious." Theatreview.org.nz

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