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Photo: supplied A snapshot of what is to come, is not all that will be revealed, at the Dunedin Fringe Festival's opening night next week. The Dunedin team of performer Maddie May 23 and director Jordan Dickson 23 , whose show How to be a Stripper features in this year's line-up, promise to bring a "cheeky'' slant to the showcase.
The variety concert will be held at 7. Ms May's autobiographical Fringe show follows her personal journey exploring sexuality from a young age, through her time at a Catholic school, to finding her place at a strip club in Dunedin. Ms May said she hoped the show would normalise stripping. We are the same as everyone else. In different ways, obviously. Mr Dickson said the show hopefully showed sex workers were not all "horrible tortured souls with money problems''.
Both Ms May and Mr Dickson were both involved in last year's show Queen, for which the latter won the outstanding emerging talent award. Festival director Gareth McMillan said the showcase would be a two-hour variety performance celebrating the diversity of festival talent. As of yesterday, there were 91 artist-produced events at the day festival, up from 72 last year.
More performers obviously means a more diverse selection of events to choose from.