Emesha Rudolf Brings First Solo Show 'Agency' To The Butterfly Club
Emesha shaved her head live onstage as the climax for the first ever performance of AGENCY. She lovingly weaves her way around a nineties childhood of VHS tapes, Big Bird, mental health issues and her father's escape from Communist Hungary. Coming from a theatrical background, the all singing all dancing Emesha will reach into your heart and make you laugh and cry all at the same time.
Comedian, actor and aspiring hip hop artist Emesha Rudolf will be bringing her first solo show 'Agency' to the Butterfly Club on February 28th.
As seen on our screens in the divine 'Rosehaven' (S1) for ABC TV, and heard on Triple J's Hack program, Tasmanian comic Emesha has busily been supporting all the biggest names in Australian comedy down in her hometown over the last few years; Sam Simmons, Luke McGregor, Matt Okine and Becky Lucas. She has also performed many times in the Tasmanian showcase 'Heads-a-Plenty' at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and internationally for Mutiny Radio in San Francisco.
In 2016 the Screen Tasmania and Screen Australia Comedy Concentrate initiative saw her web series pilot 'General Exhibition' get made. Set in a VHS only video store destined for failure, this Black Books meets High Fidelity comedy is a show full of heart and all things movie geek.
She garnered high praise for her lead role as Jo Marsh in Bijou Creative's 'Little Women: the musical' and has been seen on Tasmanian stages for many years.
Emesha is a Star Wars loving nerd with the sensibility of a gangsta and an acerbic take on all things pop culture. She is delighted to be performing her show 'Agency' at the Butterfly Club and can't wait to take audiences on a 90's childhood ride with her adept storytelling and singing.
Come and see her first time performing solo in Melbourne at the Butterfly Club!
Date: Thursday February 28th
Time: 7pm Cost: $30-34