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Stories About My Body

Tales of selling my toes in NYC, diary entries from '98, boobs, birth and trying to like my chins; a new solo work by Morgana O’Reilly.

$26 - $40 (Service fees may apply)
60 Minutes
Thu 4 - Sat 6 August 2022
Thu 4 Aug, 8pm - 9pm
Fri 5 Aug, 10:30am - 11:30am
Fri 5 Aug, 8pm - 9pm
Sat 6 Aug, 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Sat 6 Aug, 8pm - 9pm

My body is made of 78 organs, 206 bones and 32 teeth. It’s covered in 8.8kg of skin, and has spawned two whole human bodies. 

Let me tell you stories about my body.

Tales of selling my toes in NYC, diary entries from '98, boobs, birth and trying to like my chins; a new solo work by Morgana O’Reilly.

Warning: there will be nudity… and you will love it.


Please note if you are bringing your baby along they must be 1 or younger, this is not a kids show and will be inappropriate for ages 1+. 

There will be pushchair parking available in the Foyer of the Loft.

There is no parking at Q - street parking may be found on Greys Ave and around surrounding streets, or in the Civic Car Park (Greys Ave Entrance).

This performance will not have a lockout, you're welcome to take your bub out and return to the show during the performance.


This show contains graphic natural birth imagery, female nudity, and themes of body dysmorphia & eating disorders. 


"Her performance is tight yet invigorated... Morgana captivates the crowd from all walks of life... A terrific triumph."  - Jess Karamjeet, Theatrescenes 

"O’Reilly is an absolute pleasure to watch." — Theatreview

"O'Reilly put on a mesmerising performance."


Todd Waters - Producer
Sean MacKenzie - Lighting Design



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