A smart, funny play about love, friendship and growing up, from the author of WINK and Fury.
Remember your best friend? No, the other one. The one that liked to lie. Maybe it’s time they ‘fessed up. Maybe Doll and Ted should start telling the truth.
Doll is on the mic, Ted is on backing vocals. Set to the greatest love songs of all time, this is what happens when the lights come on, you’re singing your heart out to Celine Dion, you’ve been sick on your shoes, and you realise you might just have to grow up.
Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s Epic Love and Pop Songs was first performed at the Pleasance Dome during the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
‘Phoebe Eclair-Powell comfortably rivals Juno writer Diablo Cody’s ear for a witty turn of phrase… a funny, engaging story of high school misadventure’