Comedy

Eleanor Stankiewicz – Nanna-stasia

NSW, AUSTRALIA

Sat 17 - Sun 18 Sep | 1 hour Factory Theatre
SHOW IS RATED: M15+
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When Eleanor was 7, she saw the classic 1998 film Anastasia and was convinced that the heroine was her Nanna.

The truth would prove to be much more incredible… A heart-warming story that will make you laugh and cry in equal measure. Featuring the classic songs from Anastasia.

WINNER Sydney Fringe 2019’s NIDA Writer of the Year Award
WINNER FRINGE WORLD’s Tour Ready Award

★★★★★ “… well written and performed with great passion and energy by Stankiewicz” Global Media Post.

★★★★☆ “[Eleanor’s] ability to physically transform herself into different characters with merely a red scarf and an array of accents is very impressive.” The Advertiser

★★★★☆ “A moving showcase of storytelling talent” Arts End.

★★★★☆ “Seamlessly blending European folk tales with real life horrors and soaring highs, Eleanor’s Nanna-stasia is a heartfelt, touching tribute to an amazing woman” The Fourth Wall.

★★★★ “A heart-warming one-woman dramedy which reminds all of the refugee experience, the value of family, and the admirable talents of Eleanor Stankiewicz.” Glam Adelaide

★★★★ “You will come away smiling but also reflecting.” The Clothesline

★★★★ “Eleanor beautifully and poignantly draws out the pieces of that story and brings them together” Kryztoff

★★★★ “…a stunning, multi-layered performance, full of both laughter and tears… a must see for people of all generations” Fringe Feed.

Show details

Show details
  • 1 hour
  • Venue 1: Factory Theatre
Performance notes
  • Performance accessibility:
    Saturday 17 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Sunday 18 Sep
Venue details & accessibility
Factory Theatre

105 Victoria Road, Marrickville
Telephone: 290206919

Accessibility

Access Notes:
Fusebox - Accessible Factory Floor - Accessible Terminal - Not Accessible Container - Not Accessible Matchbox - Not accessible

Dates and times

Factory Theatre

Saturday 17 Sep - 5:45pm
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Factory Theatre

Sunday 18 Sep - 4:45pm
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