Created and performed by Adriane Daff (she/her) and Eliza Scott (they/them).

Soap stars, Donna Young and Debbie Gorgeous have been playing teenagers for three decades. You've grown up with them as they've slashed through life's problems with unapologetic anger, despair, joy and excitement... and now you are most cordially invited to the live-taping of the cliffhanger episode of season 30 of 'Young and Gorgeous'.  

Despite the budget cuts: the wigs are fluffed, the vaseline has been slathered onto the lens and the ladies are eagerly awaiting your arrival to set. They can't wait for you, the die-hard fans, to step through this guilty pleasure portal and join Donna and Debbie as they deliver to you the latest trials and tribulations of the most famous soap you've never seen. 

Using live camera and just a little audience interaction (the budget cuts!) Young and Gorgeous relies on your knowledge of the most outrageous soap opera tropes you can imagine and encourages you to unleash them on our live studio set. Because don't we all have a little soap opera within us? And aren't we all... just a little... Young and Gorgeous? 


ADRIANE DAFF is an actor, writer and theatre-maker. She is also a founding artist of The Last Great Hunt. Some notable theatre credits include "Lé Nør" which was nominated for two 2019 Helpmann awards (including best new Australian work) and "The Irresistible", which was also nominated for a 2018 Helpmann Award (best new play) and had a seasons at Dark Mofo (2019) and the Sydney Opera House (2019). Adriane has studied in Perth (WAAPA BA in Theatre Arts), New York City (Ward Meisner Studio), Paris (Ecole Philippe Gaulier) and Sydney (Kim Farrant and Force Majeure). In 2018, Adriane wrote, produced and performed in "Era of New Paradise" for the Griffin Theatre’s Batch Festival in Sydney. Adriane also co-wrote the audio works "Into the Jungle" (DreamBig festival in Adelaide), "The Turners" (Sydney Writer’s Festival), and "The Confidence Man" (Arts House and Perth Theatre Company).

ELIZA SCOTT is an interdisciplinary artist working across performance, drag, sound and film. Their practice integrates technology and sound into live performance - through the use of loop pedals, live-feed and audio-trickery. Eliza has performed as an actor and musician, alongside devising, collaborating and writing their own work. In 2020, Eliza was an Artslab Artist in Residence with Shopfront Arts Co-op where they initially developed a multidisciplinary piece, POLLON. Eliza has performed in a multitude of shows in the Australian Theatre scene, including, CHORUS (2019), Homesick, (2019), The Lady or the Tiger (2019), Her (2018), Wasted (2017) and wrote & performed in their one person show, Blackstrap Molasses at the Sydney Fringe in 2017. Eliza is a proud member of the Little Eggs Collective, having Assistant Directed their recent production of Symphonie Fantastique (KXT, 2021). They are currently shortlisted for the Griffin Incubator Fellowship for 2021. They have completed residencies with Sydney Fringe 2020, Griffin Theatre Company 2021 and Brand X 2021. They have trained with Force Majeure, Holly Mandell (The Groundlings) Victoria Hunt in Body Weather.'


This performance is now available for on-demand streaming. Purchase an "On-Demand Broadcast Link" (below) and you will be emailed information on how to access your private viewing of THE POWER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. Invite your friends over for a viewing party and enjoy the show from the comfort of your couch.

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