Thursday September 24, 2015
The Croft Institute
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Language/ Cultural Consultant
A coming of womanhood story
“The hole is not the whole” – Sophia Wallace.
Bree Turner was 25 before she knew the full anatomy of the clitoris- between kissing boys in the back of horse floats and learning all the words to Kelis’ ‘Milkshake’ song, something was amiss in her sexual education.
Glory Whole is a coming of womanhood story that explores female sexuality, feminism and a myriad of ‘first times’. Lightly sprinkled with comedy, it is both heartwarming and thought provoking, encouraging audiences to engage with the concept of what is means to be a “whole” woman.