Danielle Baynes in ZEROVILLE Photo by Sasha Cohen

Lies, Lies and Propaganda brings its bold and fearless form of performance-making to the Anywhere Festival Parramatta.

★★★★ – A hodgepodge mélange of literary references as well as an indisputably modern work jam-packed with ideas about female liberty.

★★★★ – A hodgepodge mélange of literary references as well as an indisputably modern work jam-packed with ideas about female liberty.

"Danielle Baynes as Phaedra, exemplifies sensuality and beauty. She portrays longing and pain with a quiet authenticity, and executes stage directions elegantly. Baynes’ voice and physicality are disciplined and the actor is eminently watchable" - Suzy Wrong

"Danielle Baynes as Phaedra, exemplifies sensuality and beauty. She portrays longing and pain with a quiet authenticity, and executes stage directions elegantly. Baynes’ voice and physicality are disciplined and the actor is eminently watchable" - Suzy Wrong

"Baynes’ performance is powerful. Her response when Angelo tries to force himself on her is heart wrenching. And her final action of the play will ignite many a post-show discussion."

Measure for Measure

"Baynes’ performance is powerful. Her response when Angelo tries to force himself on her is heart wrenching. And her final action of the play will ignite many a post-show discussion.

(lr) Danielle Baynes, Nicole Dimitriadis, Kate Englefield, Tough Beauty

(lr) Danielle Baynes, Nicole Dimitriadis, Kate Englefield, Tough Beauty

Leof Kingsford-Smith and Danielle Baynes in the SITCO-Old Fitzroy Theatre production of King Lear

Leof Kingsford-Smith and Danielle Baynes in the SITCO-Old Fitzroy Theatre production of King Lear .

“To men, the bicycle in the beginning was merely a new toy… To women, it was a steed upon which they rode into a new world.”  ~ Munsey’s Magazine, 1896  Upon meeting an enigmatic Transylvanian Count, a Victorian Englishwoman is given a bicycle.  But this gift comes with a price: midnight supper at his place.  This invitation proves too tempting to resist and her mortal life is changed forever.   Lies, Lies and Propaganda bring their bold and fearless form of theatre making to the Adelaide…

“To men, the bicycle in the beginning was merely a new toy… To women, it was a steed upon which they rode into a new world.” ~ Munsey’s Magazine, 1896 Upon meeting an enigmatic Transylvanian Count, a Victorian Englishwoman is given a bicycle. But this gift comes with a price: midnight supper at his place. This invitation proves too tempting to resist and her mortal life is changed forever. Lies, Lies and Propaganda bring their bold and fearless form of theatre making to the Adelaide…


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