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Tue 30 Aug - Sat 3 Sep | 40 minutes Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
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A social commentary satire on the characters we present online.

We’ve all seen them, known them, or maybe even been them. The gym junkie who won’t shut up about the wonders of kale.. The spiritually enlightened yogi. Your high school bully and her pyramid scheme. The #woke telling you that everything you’re doing is wrong. You know everything about them. They are our biggest influencers.

#thenewme is a social commentary satire on the characters we present online. Like, real time social media in real life, exposing even the hashtag ‘#therealme’ is barely real at all…

Show details

Show details
  • 40 minutes
  • Venue 1: Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
Performance notes
  • Sydney Premiere
  • Content warnings: Strobe Lighting, Haze, Coarse Language, Content related to Eating Disorders
Venue details & accessibility
Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office

104 Erskineville Road Erskineville, Sydney
Telephone: 95506087


There is ramp entry to the right of the building. The ramp width varies from 98cm at the entrance to 118cm in the middle. Partial uneven ground out the front. Street parking and accessible parking near by, close to bus stops. Note there is an accessible bathroom but can only be accessed through the 'Living room'.

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    "The entire audience was in hysterics over this all too-relatable show." Fringe World Fringe Feed by Joy Norton (2022)

    "Bitingly funny in some places and heart-wrenchingly honest in others, this poignant story captured the audience’s attention from the start." Fringe World Fringe Feed by Lorna Mackie (2022)

    "#thenewme covers common territory for a one-woman theatre show, detailing the insecurity and battle to find oneself that many people, particularly young women, face in today’s social-media obsessed reality. What sets it apart from other similar works is its well-worked and inordinately tight script, as well as the performance of its writer and solo star, Boorloo based performer, Mariah O’Dea." Xpress Magazine by Michael Hollick (2022)

    • Performer, Writer, Producer – Mariah O'Dea
    • Director, Music – Gemma Sharpe
    • Music – Kieran Oregan
    Presented by
    • Mariah O'Dea