Fringe 2018: Sandra To Register 2. Sandra, To Register 2.

Sandra and Debbie see dead people. It's their day-job. These two deceased make-up artists wait out their stay in purgatory, attending to the cosmetic needs of those travelling from the world of the living, to the world of the... decomposing? 

From the creative minds of the award-winning web series THIRTY (winner of 'Best Dramedy' at New York Webfest and 'Best Drama' nominee at Melbourne Webfest), comes a brand new comedy with a morbid twist. Watch these two lost souls make over their colourful corpse clients, as they live by the motto: "Nothing is impossible, but decapitation is... tricky".   

Testimonials: 

"These two make me want to dropeth my quill." (William Shakespeare)
"They're the funniest corpses we've seen since the celebrity influx of 2016 *pelvic thrust*." (Elvis Presley)
"This behaviour is why I'm not letting them in." (God) 

About the creators:

Tricia-Lyn Morosin is an Australian-Lebanese actor, voiceover artist and writer, based in Sydney. She graduated in 2016 from Sydney Theatre School with a Diploma of Arts (Acting). Since graduating, Tricia has taken a sell-out devised show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Poo Shame, Vagina Curiosity & Other Things That Won't Kill You) with an STS ensemble. She has also written, produced and starred in the new web series THIRTY, which launched in May 2017. 

Madeline MacRae graduated from Sydney Theatre School in 2017 with an Advanced Diploma of Arts (Acting). Her most notable roles have included Rosalind in As You Like It (STS), Ellen in The Little Dog Laughed(New Theatre) and Jess in the web series THIRTY. She is currently producing and starring in the physical theatre show If Symptoms Persist Fall Apart, which premieres at The Red Box in September as part of The Sydney Fringe.

Performance dates:

September 5 - 8 at 7pm.