Written and Performed by Jenny Wynter and Angeline Wynter
Script Development Assistance from Cal Wilson
Choreography by Neridah Waters
Set Design by Jon Wilson
Stage Management by Ollie Jordan
Hair and Makeup by Simone Kelaart
Promotional Material Design by Gavin Baskerville
Produced by Funny Mummies
All Original Music and Lyrics by Angeline Wynter and Jenny Wynter.
Developed with support from Moreton Bay Regional Council’s RADF “Continue Creating” Fund.
About Jenny Wynter
Jenny is an award-winning comedian and cabaret performer known for her spontaneous, energetic and interactive style of comedy. She credits much of her onstage style to a 2-year stint in North America, where she toured her stand-up act throughout Canada and performed as a mainstage cast member with the world-renowned improv company Loose Moose Theatre. She has also trained with Second City, Gary Austin (founder of The Groundlings in LA) and completed a residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada. Her first solo show won Best Variety Show at United Solo Festival, NYC, the Award for Excellence in Cabaret at Melbourne Fringe Festival and was nominated for a Green Room Award for Cabaret Writing Her debut comedy web series “How Me Parent Good: And You Can Too!” won Best Conceptual Web Series at the Palm Springs International Comedy Festival and Best Web Series at the Worldwide Women Film Festival, and the AusMumpreneur Big Idea Award. She is a passionate mental health advocate and founder of Funny Mummies, a group which aims to improve mothers’ mental wellness through laughter.
About Angeline Wynter
Angeline Wynter is an accomplished singer, pianist, composer and music teacher. As well as completing her Bachelor of Music at QUT with Distinction (majoring in Vocal Performance) she has composed and performed in a number of outfits including Betty and the Betties, Laleh Lilu, The Angeline Wynter Band, Angelswine, Sol and Wynter, Mouth Orchestra, Bokmastaz, as well as backing keyboard and vocals for her sister Jenny Wynter’s comedy shows. Angeline also has Grade 8 AMEB Piano and teaches piano and voice regularly.
Regional Arts Services Network and The Show Must Go On program
Neridah Waters and The Common People Dance Project
Women In Voice
All of the beautiful people in our world who’ve made us who we are: to both of our Mums, for setting examples of determined, powerful women who loved ferociously. We’re so grateful. And a huge thank you to our incredibly adorable offspring for dealing with mothers who compulsively dance and sing around the house like the shameless hams they are. And finally, to YOU. Thank you so so so much for coming and sharing this outpouring of 80s awesome and deep childhood emotional outpourings with us. As you navigate this nutty world and all it brings, we hope you create the very best sparkly glittery disco tents of your own to see you through.
Ang and Jen xxx