Emilie Collyer’s The Good Girl is a black comedy set in the future.
She has one job: to care for an elite robot prostitute. He is the maintenance man who repairs it. Life for both of them has been simple and regulated. Until now. The Good Girl reveals a future that asks a lot of questions and gives the present a lot to answer for. It’s about sex and ambition and getting ahead. Whatever it takes.
The first production of The Good Girl took place as part of Melbourne Fringe Festival in September 2013, in the Fringe Hub venue Upstairs at Errol’s, Errol Street, North Melbourne.
ISBN: 978 1 921390 89 0
"Collyer’s witty two-hander merges black comedy with the absurd and the political, using sharp, well observed and funny dialogue."
— Herald Sun
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