HActresses are here to help in their new and informative show, ‘Fully Hacked’

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HActresses are here to help in their new and informative show, ‘Fully Hacked’


Tell us about your show. Are you no good at life? Shit job? Maxed-out credit card? Fitbit failure? Tinder trainwreck? High-functioning alcoholic? Well, fear not, because the totally unqualified yet highly intuitive Evie Stevens (Belinda Kirwan) and Lucy Lew (Nina Nicols) are here to help in their show Fully Hacked.

What does your show teach the audience? What doesn’t it teach? We dish out our expert advice on how to overcome porn, drug and alcohol addiction, class warfare, dating disasters, health and beauty cons and misogyny. Think of it as group therapy, only in front of a live audience of strangers. You’ll come away feeling at least 20% more enlightened.

How have the events in your life turned into material? Some of our life mottos are: ‘If you don’t laugh, you’ll cry’ and ‘Happiness is only skin deep.’ In times of trouble, you need vodka or champagne to wash away all the pain. You also need a shoulder to cry on, as well as hours of advice that you didn’t ask for. In Fully Hacked, we prove that it is actually possible to be everything to everyone.

What do you love about the Melbourne performing arts community? Everyone is nuts (in a good way), so we fit right in. It’s a very supportive, diverse and accessible community and there’s so much on offer that it’s a feast for any artist or anyone who enjoys the arts. 

Describe your show in three words. Hack-tastic, hack-er-if-ic and hilarious.