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She is Vigilante
Directed by Bridget Balodis and Krystalla Pearce

When is the time to hold vigil? To be vigilant? To be vigilante?

A lone woman dons a pleather outfit and hits the streets to protect others. Another woman is interrogated, suspected of murdering children. And in a quiet room a teenager creates a virtual world in which refugees can return home.

A collection of compelling short plays about women who stand up, rebel and kick ass, She is Vigilante is sourced from new and emerging female writers and developed and performed by a community-based ensemble of predominantly untrained actors.

Directed by Krystalla Pearce and Bridget Balodis and featuring works You May Not Rest Now; There are Monsters Nearby, Vigil/ant/e, Athena; Huntress of Men, Robot Coupe, and Papillon741929butterflyemoji, She is Vigilante answers a call for female representation, both on stage and off. A powerful reminder that women can be scary, powerful, and ferocious.

Directed by Bridget Balodis and Krystalla Pearce
Set and Costume Design by Bethany Fellows
Lighting Design by Rachel Lee
Sound Design by Ian Moorhead
Written by Chanella Macri, Lauren Anderson, Meegan May, Ivana Brehas, Krystalla Pearce, Maja Amanita and Roshelle Fong
Performed by Alice Stewart, Clare Birtles, Desiree Tan, Emily Courtenay, Emily Shelmerdine, Felicity McIntosh, Hayley Marlow, Jacqueline Mariz, Natasha Jordan, Rhonda Purczeld, Sarah Berry, Lucy Ansell, and Vicki Coates
Stage Manager: Jacinta Anderson
Produced by Siobhan Connors

This production is proudly presented by Theatre Works, Australia Council Catalyst, Creative Victoria and the City of Port Phillip.

7 – 16 November, 2019
Wed – Sat 7:30pm, Sat 2pm, Sun 5pm
Preview Thurs 7 November, 7:30pm
Saturday 9 November, 2pm – Pay What You Can performance
Tickets: $45 Full, $37 Concession, $30 Student, Under 30s and Preview
Bookings: (03) 9534 3388 or online at
Venue: Theatre Works – 14 Acland St, St Kilda

Show Duration 75 minutes, no interval
Suitable for ages 15+
Please note: this show contains adult themes, hazer, sexual reference, loud noises and coarse language

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Photographer: Sarah Walker
Subject: Rhonda Purczeld