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Hannah Gadsby's Gender Agenda

Country: United States, Language: English, 75 mins

  • Director: Julian Smith
  • Producer: Hannah Gadsby, Kathleen McCarthy, Andy Rowe, Jenney Shamash, Graham Stuart, Kevin Whyte

CGiii Comment

To be fair, a mixed bunch of the same! Some more successful than delivering tantamount to the same thing! As they say, variety is the spice of live...with few exceptions, the spice levels needed to be ramped up to off-the-scale!

First impressions last..and, these fresh faces, on the biggest stage of their career, juggled material that raised a titter or a chuckle...but, none managed the rib-tickling sucker-punch that is expected from edgy comedians.

If pedestrian comedy is your thing...sit back and wallow in the observations of those on-stage...some have presence, some look a little lost, one looked bewildered. A mixed bag...more butter knife than stabbing sabres!


The(ir) Blurb...

This will give the stage to Jes Tom, Alok, Asha Ward, Chloe Petts, DeAnne Smith, Krishna Istha and Mx. Dahlia Belle.

Cast & Characters

Hannah Gadsby (as Self - Host)
Alok (as Self)
Krishna Istha (as Self)
Chloe Petts (as Self)
Dahlia-Belle Sirvio (as Self)
DeAnne Smith (as Self)
Jes Tom (as Self)
Alok Vaid-Menon (as Self)
Asha Ward (as Self)