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Estelle Astaire’s Woes & Wares

A dark comedy exploring the effects of a co-dependent mother-daughter relationship under the guise of a good, old-fashioned Tupperware party.

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Estelle Astaire’s Woes & Wares

Date: 16 May 2018

Written, directed and performed by Bianca SeminaraEstelle Astaire’s Woes & Wares is a dark comedy exploring the effects of a co-dependent and emotionally challenging mother-daughter relationship under the guise of a good, old-fashioned Tupperware party.

“In her role as host of a Tupperware party, Estelle finally has a captive audience. She allows herself the time and space, and humour, to explore and unravel who she really is,” says Seminara.

 

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