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You've watched them since they were born. You know who they invited to their 11th birthday parties. You know who their first boyfriends were. Every intimate detail. Well, TomKat and Brange's Little Princesses are all grown up now, and they’ve had enough of you watching.
In a hilarious hour of contemporary theatre Suri Cruise and Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, offspring of Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie and Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes, reveal for the first time what it’s been like growing up as goods for public consumption. In this exclusively inexclusive tabloid tale, the girls tell their stories, to warn New Zealanders of the dangerous path we tread towards losing our privacy, our grasp on reality and our Chanel VIP customer card.
Suri vs. Shiloh is a two-hander play written and performed by up and coming comedic duo Phoebe Borwick and Susannah Smith-Roy. In this fresh look at our penchant for celebrity idolisation, Suri and Shiloh are accompanied by a host of hilarious characters. Suri vs. Shiloh comes to Auckland Fringe after earning high praise in knockout seasons in the 2014 Wellington and Christchurch Fringe Festivals.