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Cosmonaut - Melbourne Fringe

BY Simone Flanagan | 04-Sep-2016
“I wanted to write you a heart-breaking song so epic it would get her back. But I'm rubbish at guitar and keep crying. Instead, I sought Cosmo's worst sex tip.” – Ryan Good COSMONAUT is a show about love, relationships, broken hearts, male feminists, and what happens when Cosmopolitan magazine becomes your guide in love.
Venue: North Melbourne Town Hall
Address: 521 Queensberry Street
Date: September 16 - October 1
Time: 8pm (7pm Sunday)
Ticket: $20-$25
Buy / Ticket: https://www.melbournefringe.com.au/program?event/cosmonaut/c9aa70e3-8d65-43c4-8275-f1808627f246
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EMail: simoneflanagan@gmail.com
Call: 0403292180
“I wanted to write you a heart-breaking song so epic it would get her back. But I'm rubbish at guitar and keep crying. Instead, I sought Cosmo's worst sex tip.” – Ryan Good

COSMONAUT is a show about love, relationships, broken hearts, male feminists, and what happens when Cosmopolitan magazine becomes your guide in love.

COSMONAUT is a thoroughly thought provoking, challenging, heartbreakingly beautiful show from writer and performer Ryan Good. It is an epic tale of love and loss, hilarity and incredible poignancy. Good, an engaging story-teller, combines his lived experience, and Cosmo’s (at times) bizarre sex tips to connect with the audience in a clever and uniquely uplifting way.

Ryan Good is an actor, writer, and director based in New Orleans. His previous solo show at the Adelaide Festival Fringe, Sex With Animals, was nominated for a best Comedy award in 2015. Ryan was an ensemble member of the Neo-Futurists, whose ever-changing show Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind debuted at the Adelaide Fringe to high critical acclaim in 2015. His short film And... A Fragmented Biography was premiered at Coney Island Film Festival and in 2015 Good’s first full length play premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Ryan also brings ménage and Stupid and Contagious to this year’s fringe.

Venue:

Fringe Hub: Arts House - Meeting Room, 521 Queensberry St, North Melbourne
Dates: 16 Sept – 1 Oct No shows Mondays.
Time: 8pm (7pm Sundays)