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What Would John Hughes Do?

A punk cabaret about watching too many movies and then having to face reality.

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What Would John Hughes Do?

Date: 27 Oct 2020

Written and performed by Telia Nevile, What Would John Hughes Do? explores the fuzzy area between fiction and fact; between collective memories of characters who never existed and every day struggles with reality.

Peppered with raw, personal stories and tongue-in-cheek punk anthems, and infused with a deep love of our collective pop culture memories, What Would John Hughes Do? asks “what happens when the movie’s over and you’re still here?”

The show will be streamed online via Melbourne Fringe’s Digital Fringe platform with tickets available on a choose-you-own-price basis (though $20 would be polite).

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