Super Woman Money Program
The Yonder
Super Woman Money Program
Super Woman Money Program

Cheap and Crazy

Did you know women often retire with a lot less super than men? Elizabeth didn’t. She gets her financial advice from Shirley Bassey and spent all her money going to clown school. But now they tell her she has to raise an extra $350,000 for her retirement, just because she has a vagina. So she’s doing a comedy show. Welcome to the Super Woman Money Program.

*** WINNER Best Comedy Award Perth Fringe World Festival 2018 ***
*** SOLD OUT Melbourne Fringe 2017, Perth Fringe World 2018, MICF 2018 & Perth Fringe World 2019***


“Like Hannah Gadsby, Elizabeth Davie shows comedic brilliance, and she has the intellect and heart to step out from behind it.” ★★★★☆ Fringe Feed

“Elizabeth's comedic skills are sensational…Super Woman Money Program is a no holds barred wake up call” ★★★★★ Perth Happenings

“Fantastically joyful feminist comedy...with political nuance that lives with the audience long after the show has ended. Squirrel Comedy

“Exactly what comedy needs to be.” SeeSaw Magazine

“A biting piece of comedy theatre that also educates, informs, shocks and disturbs” Stage Whispers

“Hysterically funny” Fest Mag

“Hilarious...Davie is equal parts verbally and visually funny”Pop Culture-y

“Hilariously educational” Weekend Notes

“Delightful, shocking and deeply reflective on an issue that affects everyone.” Theatrepeople

"Hilarity, life-lessons, and a big old slap in the reason" Weekend Notes

“Extremely clever, witty and engaging” Theatre Press


Adelaide Fringe Festival 2019

Dates: 2 — 9 March 2019 (no show Sundays | Mondays)
Time: 7:00 PM 5 — 9 March, 4:00 PM 2 & 9 March
Venue: Masonic - The Little Sparrow at Gluttony - Masonic Lodge, 254 North Tce, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Perth Fringe World Festival 2019

Dates: 18 — 25 January 2019 (no show Mondays)
Time: 8:20 PM
Venue: Shambles at The Pleasure Garden, Russell Square, James St, Northbridge, WA, 6003

Fringe at the Edge of the World Festival 2019

Dates 4 January
Venue The Polish Club, 20 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart TAS 7008
Time 6:30 PM

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2018

Dates: 9 - 22 April
Tasma Terrace, 6 Parliament Pl, East Melbourne VIC 3002
Time: 7:30 PM

Perth Fringe World Festival 2018

Dates: 30 January - 2 February
Venue: Upstairs at Rosie O'Grady's, 205 James St, Northbridge WA
Time: 7:15 PM

Melbourne Fringe Festival 2017

Dates: 15 September - 22 September (no shows Mondays)
Venue: Fringe Hub: Lithuanian Club - Son of Loft
Time: Tue - Sat 7:45 PM, Sun 6:45 PM

Photo: Nayt Housman

The Yonder
The Yonder

Stupid race through deep space.

From the team behind two Melbourne Fringe awards. Earth is about to implode on itself. Passengers and crew board the very last flight departing to a desert planet, humanity’s final asylum. Tensions begin to materialise about how deserved everybody’s place on the craft is. This distracts from the real peril squelching up on them—space squid.

Continuing from Asian Ghost-ery Store and Salty, The Yonder is the concluding play in a series that looks at race, cultural identity and migration with humour and absurdity. This work is devised by comic Elizabeth Davie, actor Ezel Doruk and theatre maker Shannan Lim, who have trained in physical comedy with Phil Burgers, Deanna Fleysher and Philippe Gaulier.

“Intelligent, witty and challenging in turns... an excellent piece of theatre.” — The Age (Asian Ghost-ery Store)
"Oddball bundle of joy... thoughtful and often playfully absurdist." — Perth Arts Live (Salty)

Elizabeth Davie's "got talent in spades". — Pop Culture-y
Ezel Doruk "really shines, emotive and raw". — Theatre Press
Shannan Lim is a "skillful actor". — Sydney Morning Herald

Creators, Performers: Elizabeth Davie, Ezel Doruk & Shannan Lim

Melbourne Fringe 2017

Venue: Fringe Hub: Lithuanian Club - The Loft
Dates: 23 September - 30 September 2017 (no shows Mondays)
Time: Tue - Sat 6:45 PM, Sun 5:45 PM

Photo: Nayt Housman

Also Ran — Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2015 Trailer

Also-ran, noun: a loser in a race or other contest. An undistinguished or unsuccessful person.

When Elizabeth's life coach warned her “you're the composite of the people you spend the most time with”, she sat down to work out exactly who was responsible for her being the kind of person who needs a life coach.

Her thirties are looming and Elizabeth has a lot of ground to make up. They tell you life is about the journey. It’s not. It’s definitely a race.

The debut solo show from the creator of Party Banana (MICF 2014) and co-star of CREEPS with Natalie Harris (Melbourne Fringe 2014).

“She’s got talent and relatable tales in spades.” Pop Culture-y

“Unpretentious storytelling and more straight-up comedy... Also-ran is a comedic success.” Illegitimate Theatre

CREEPS — Melbourne Fringe Festival 2014

Stand up by two of Melbourne's stealthiest up and coming comedians, Natalie Harris (Secrets MICF 2014, Three Little Gigs MICF 2013) and Elizabeth Davie (Party Banana MICF 2014). Natalie stares and smiles at strangers too much and Elizabeth is a Gemini. Inner city creeps with only the best of intentions.

“Hilarious” ArtsHub

“Real, honest, relatable and just plain funny.” Squirrel Comedy

Party Banana — Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014

Party Banana is the party you never wanted to attend, hosted by the people you never wanted to meet. Audience members take part in the show as guests at the opening of the insufferably hip Tristan and Bianca's art studio/record label. Come in, mingle, and admire the art. There'll be drinks. You're going to need them.

Party Banana sold out at both the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival - and not just because there was a bar in the show.

Party Banana was created by Elizabeth Davie and written and devised collaboratively with Kieran Bullock, Glenn Luck, James Rosier, Hannah Camilleri, Genelle Lentini and Molly McKew.

"Immerse yourself in the world of Party Banana, a hilarious and exciting new piece of interactive theatre." The Music

"Party Banana is an immersive show filled with lovable but cringe-worthy characters who’ll get under your skin in more ways than one." Herald Sun