Currently Touring - 2019/2020
This fiercely feminist solo show written and performed by Britt Plummer is a charming blend of satire, physical comedy, and storytelling. Chameleon explores stereotypes, gender dynamics, and the harmful effects of social conditioning. With wit, vivacity, and whip-smart intelligence, Plummer draws frankly on her own experiences of living and loving in small town Australia and the big smoke of Paris to tell of escapades both heartfelt and hair-raising. Chameleon is deeply relatable, provoking, tackling big issues with both sincerity, and humour.
Chameleon premiered at the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2019 at MakeSpace, directed by Leo Mohr.
Chameleon toured to the UK in August, playing to audiences in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019 at ZOO Playground, directed by Hew Parham.
ADELAIDE FRINGE WEEKLY AWARD WINNER - EMERGING ARTIST
“Plummer is a serious purveyor of social change intent on achieving her goal with perfected physical comedy”
★★★★ (Fest Magazine)
“Plummer keeps it light with a perfected routine, and this helps get the message across strongly”
(The F Word)
“This is a performer at full power in a show which perfectly utilises her many skills - a dream to be part of the experience.”
(Audience Review, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019)
Interview on Adelaide Fringe Podcast February 2019 http://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/8815778
Interview on Thirty Minute City, Radio Adelaide January 2019 http://radioadelaide.org.au/program/30min-city/2019-02-09