Liz and Mil Walk into a Bar
Image by Sarah Hartnell
“People think we’re gay.” “We are gay.” “No, like lesbians.” “We are like lesbians.”
'Liz and Mil Walk into a Bar' is a take on the classic romantic comedy, rewritten for platonic queer friendship. A generation Z odd couple that bicker like they have been gay-married long before it was legal.
Newman’s third independent production and Everett’s debut as a writer, this performance continues Newman’s thematic exploration of the joys and losses of youth.
'Liz and Mil Walk into a Bar' is a raucous sex comedy that is also a tender exploration of queer friendship and community, in the vein of Fleabag and Broad City.
Staring: Stephanie Clark and Sarah Hartnell
Written & Directed by: Elizabeth Everett and Amelia Newman
Butterfly Club Early Bird Offer:
Book by 18 December 11:59pm for $28 tickets. Bookings are via The Butterfly Club.
"(Newman) delivers an exciting and contemporary theatrical work that’s sharply conscious of the restlessness of youth"
Event & ticketing detailsBook tickets
Dates & Times
|WHEN||23-28 Jan | Mon-Sat 7pm|
|GROUP||$30.00 - (min 6)|
|EARLY BIRD||$28 until 18 December via The Butterfly Club|
|COMPANION||FREE - please email [email protected] to arrange|
The Butterfly Club - Upstairs
5 Carson Pl, Melbourne CBDGet directions
TramAny Swanston St tram to stop 11 | tram 11, 12, 48, 86, 96, 109 to stop 6
INFOPremiere, New Work, Melbourne Premiere, Australian Premiere
WARNINGSCoarse language, Reference to drug use