EAT ME: THE QUEEN’S PARTY

Follow us down the most psychedelic rabbit hole in Wonderland and discover a world where Alice and the White Rabbit are fun-loving best friends who just want to relax, man.

Eat Me is the risqué domain of the power hungry and quite insatiable Queen of Hearts, who is intent on capturing everyone in Wonderland and throwing them onstage for her own amusement.

Will her adoring lover Mad Hotter pull off the best show the Queen has ever seen? Or will he finally get fed up of trying to please her? Will Alice pull off the sneakiest heist in Wonderland?

This is not the Alice story that you think you know, this is the real story of sex, drugs and tea parties!

Join the party and be wowed by dazzling aerial acrobatics, a very sexy Caterpillar, and a fabulous soundtrack straight out of the 60s and 70s.

Audience costumes encouraged.

Cast:
Alice – Gia Geneva / Lady Annabelle
Queen of Hearts – The Abby Cadabra / Lady Annabelle
White Rabbit – Rex Knightly
Mad Hatter – Mason Butler
Knave – Emma Vauxdevil
Cheshire Cat – Ariel Airheart / Raven Rachelle
Jabberwock – Marcus Angel / Ariel Airheart
Dormouse – Emma Vauxdevil
Caterpillar – Valentina J’Adore / Lady Annabelle
Tweedle Dee – Ariel Airheart / Raven Rachelle
Tweedle Dum – Marcus Angel / Danny Eaux

Ensemble:
Daisy L’Amour
Valentina J’Adore
Mia Magdalena
Lady Annabelle
Sofie La Bleue

Show Director

jodie

Jodie Brooke was born near London into an internationally adventurous family. The great granddaughter of a music hall producer and the youngest daughter of an international conference director and a jazz club founder, she has spent her life in theatres and performance venues around the world.

Growing up, she acted for Starmaker Theatre Company, directed youth theatre shows in Recife, Brazil and went on to receive her BA and MA in Theatre and Literature (English and Portuguese) from the University of Leeds. During this time she acted in several plays and developed a love for creating extreme immersive and site-specific performance installations. She wrote and directed four new plays, directed two sell-out productions of The Vagina Monologues at the Leeds City Varieties Music Hall, and was honored to be Assistant Director for the festival 50 Years of Performing Pinter, working alongside Harold Pinter and the Belarus Free Theatre.

In Lisbon, Portugal, she directed Frogs, by Aristophanes, whilst studying Performing Arts at the University of Lisbon, and working as an actress. Whilst there, she first saw the physical theatre and circus work of Chapitô, which remains an influence on her work. She has worked at several London theatre companies and the West Yorkshire Playhouse, where she was Assistant to the Director of New Writing and directed a new play by Portuguese playwright José Maria Vieira Mendes, for the Janus Festival of New European Theatre Writing. In the international arena, she put on big-budget events across EMEA for Christie Digital, official Technical Partner of the Cannes Film Festival, before relocating from London to Houston, Texas, where she is Director of Terrible Enfants Theatre Company.