Broadway Bares SF 2022

San Francisco's Sexiest Benefit Dance Show!

Directed by Deb Leamy, Choreography by Jen Brooks.

Presented by the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation.

Broadway Bares, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, was conceived and produced by Tony Award-winning director and choreographer, Jerry Mitchell, and has been an annual AIDS fundraising event in NYC for 28 years.

This year in San Francisco we raised over our target goal of $50,000. All proceeds benefit The Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation - REAF and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Clips of Performance in Gallery Below.

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EdFringe 2021: Click Here for more on Ithaca

A one-woman autobiographical adaptation of Homer's Odyssey. 

Presented by Phoebe Angeni for Edinburgh Fringe 2021.

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EdFringe 2019: Shellshock

Written and Directed by Louis Catliff, Composed by Joey Baker

A new musical satire exploring the themes of greed, fanaticism and how many turtle puns are too many turtle puns.


Check out my favourite tune from the show...

Cult of HumanityPhoebe Angeni and Elliot Douglas
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...and click here for our Cast Album: ShellSongs!

Click here for a highlight reel of the show!

'A wild, inventive, spoons-for-trousers crazy new show that will make you laugh as much as it will make you scratch your head'

**** - Theatre Weekly 

'Special mention must go to both Phoebe Angeni in the role of arch-villainess Venetia Von Van Clief and Molly Williams as her right-hand woman Darryl, as the sheer force of their voices is worth the price of entry alone'

*** - The Wee Review

'Special mention must be given to Angeni and her super-impressive vocal chops' ****- Bouquets and Brickbats

'Laugh out loud musical pastiche, but with a dark underbelly'

**** - Musical Theatre Review 

'Hilarious and Involving'

**** - All Edinburgh Theatre


On The Rocks 2019 : Calypso

Written, Directed, Performed by Phoebe Angeni

where the land meets the sea and the waves kiss the sky // I believe in Strong Women

Performed at the edge of Castle Sands, Calypso is an eco-feminist exploration of liminal space. Ritualistic and otherworldly, the piece calls into question modern notions of femininity, selfhood, social and geographical displacement through fractured amalgamations of opera, devised movement, burlesque, and experimental poetry.

'Unique... Astonishing... Resplendent... One of the best pieces of art I have seen in my five years in St Andrews.'

***** - The Tribe

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Click here for a highlight reel of the show!


EdFringe 2018: Bacchae

Written and Directed by Gabriele Uboldi


Two visions. No director. Opening night.


Greece, 2400 years ago. When Pentheus, the King of Thebes, refuses to recognise Dionysus in his divinity, the god goes to the city to punish him. Or, this should be the plot, if the theatre company weren't arguing over how to stage the show on the night of the premiere.


An ensemble-based exploration of whether and how classical texts can be relevant today, featuring physical theatre elements, devised sequences, and choreographed dance.


'Funny...Politically relevant... captures its audience with both lighthearted jokes and serious intensity' - St.Art Magazine

'Most notable is the lead, the female Dionysus... Angeni utterly inhabits the role in every facet of her being, effortlessly intertwining mock seduction, gleefulness, and ferocity.' - Broadway Baby