Michelle Hall is a cross arts practitioner, working with text, movement, dance, film and music in a live choreographic theatre. Michelle is a contemporary storyteller with a practice as an independent theatremaker, teaching artist and director. She has 15 years experience as an educator, facilitator and director. Since 2003, she has been devising stories for and with young people and community through Oxford Youth Theatre (UK), Pegasus Theatre (UK), Barking Gecko Theatre (WA), Spare Parts Theatre (WA), Electric Cabaret (UK), Catalyst (UK), and Royal De Lux (Perth Festival).
The Dirty Mother
About this event
Featuring Yummy Mummy Yoga, Hugh Grant for a birth partner and the Royal Family watching on, this is a cosmic mass with the Goddess that guffaws one moment and devastates the next. Set in a post-natal Underworld of big hopes and big pants and steeped in live guitar and a sublime montage of memory, join Michelle as she embarks on the mystery of where her 'self' has gone and how she will recover it, in this bodacious tale of life and reinvention.
"...It's got everything, agony and ecstasy, anger and comedy, the promise of life and the danger of death" SeeSaw Magazine, 2019
"One of the most engaging solo pieces I’ve ever seen in fact. You absolutely killed it and had me balling my eyes out and laughing my socks off!" Bec Fingher, 2020
The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights and Michelle Hall