Louisa Fitzhardinge is an award-nominated comedian, actor, and Oxford comma enthusiast. Spontaneous and witty, she recently won Australia’s national pun competition Capital Punishment. She also appears regularly with much-loved Melbourne improvised comedy troupes The Big Hoo-Haa!, Impromptunes and Spontaneous Broadway.
About this event
★★★★★ The West Australian
★★★★★ Theatre People
★★★★★ Funny Tonne
★★★★★ The Australia Times
★★★★★ Gutter Culture
Louisa's found true love in the English language, but it's hard being a grammar nerd when there are people selling 'potato's' and misusing the word 'literally' at every turn. All she really wants is someone who'll snuggle up with her on the couch and seductively whisper puns into her ear. Ideally in multiple languages. Is that too much to ask?
It's nerdy. It's pun-filled. And it might just make you want to learn a language... or at least start erasing those damn stray apostrophes on cafe blackboards.
Performed by Louisa Fitzhardinge and Greg Lavell
Fringefeed reviews energised by Woodside
"Her elocution is excellent, her singing on note, her comic timing impeccable." - Australian Stage
"Comma Sutra is an exceptional production with immaculate presentation, quick-witted and sharp comedy, a gripping story and breathtaking music." - Gutter Culture