In Kitsch in Synch, housewife Pollyfilla expresses the drag of her inner longings in her lounge room through lip-synching to songs and dialog from films and TV.

Lip-synching doesn’t have the best reputation thanks to famous frauds ranging from Milli-Vanilli to Julie Anthony at the 2010 AFL Grand Final, but done well, say in Drags Aloud’s Grease, it can be very entertaining. Taking on a solo work shows a particular, well, eccentricity, but don’t crease your gingham because between some cooking, manic dancing, and un-suburban psychedelia, we can’t help but sympathise with Pollyfilla, a prisoner in a house-dress.

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