Enter our competition below for the chance to win a double pass to I Get So Emotional Baby on Thursday October 13 at 8:00pm. After the performance, head up to the bar for an epic after-party with live DJS.

About the show:

Choreographic artist Jessie McCall (Daybreak Estate, Inflated Rebel) alongside wāhine performers Sharvon Mortimer (Daybreak Estate,Vivid Dreaming), Anu Khapung (The ClearingOho), and Sofia McIntryre (Faceless Hair Cry) and alternate performer Evie Logan (Wu, Strasbourg 1518) combine provocative movement, playful humour and nods to the pop culture that both empowers and disempowers us as women in I Get So Emotional Baby.

Questioning the patriarchal gaze that pins 'unruly' emotion to the female body, I Get So Emotional Baby is an entrancing new work probing the ownership of our emotional reality as women. 


Unruly female emotion was once attributed to a deviant womb wandering through the body. Our flesh is cast as monstrous in its capacity to feel.

‘Testimonial’ and ‘attest’ both derive directly from ‘testes’ - the gateway to truth is gendered - horror is a woman who knows.

Under the halo of the soft-core virgin body, we are haunted by the absence of the visceral. Object becomes subject through her desire, if only for a moment.


All You Can Eat Productions presents the performance and design work of Jessie McCall and collaborators. Jessie McCall is a movement artist who is interested in the uncanny ways that psychological and emotional experiences can be evoked through the interaction of body, space and object. Jessie's choreographic work harnesses these realms to create darkly humorous worlds that juxtapose the familiar with the transcendent.

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