Obsessions of a Control Freak picks up the journey of our hero, Frances, the beloved freak from Confessions of a Control Freak. Only this time Frances has all but buried herself in her world of lists and other obsessions and she is only digging a deeper hole for herself. In this show we’ll be exploring the darker side of popular struggles of modern society like self-improvement, the search for happiness & the constant need for more & better without preaching or sending audiences running to their therapists. The medium of cabaret will be a basis for exploring the material however unlike most cabaret, movement and physicality will be strong elements in the show. This work will contain all original songs and music allowing us to create material that truly serves the story, the mood and the work as a whole.

Venue Format
Theatre, Hall, Black Box Venue

Belinda Raisin has had a diverse career as an actor, singer, voice over artist & dancer.

Her comedy cabaret, CONFESSIONS OF A CONTROL FREAK, has toured nationally receiving rave reviews, standing ovations and selling out two seasons at Brisbane’s Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.

In 2014, Belinda also performed in Opera Queensland's Rigoletto, co-devised and performed in Little Boxes for the Anywhere Theatre Festival and began creating the sequel to her cabaret, performing a ten minute version for the Short and Sweet Cabaret Festival.

Other career highlights include touring nationally in David Burton’s APRIL’s FOOL performing with The Good Room on RABBIT, Queensland Theatre Company’s THE WORKS, CABARET at the Empire Theatre and working on ABC Telemovie, MABO.

Belinda graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Theatre Arts - Acting (Distinction) and was awarded a Qld Arts Scholarship. She has been a proud member of Equity since 2004 and an Equity Section Delegate on the QLD Branch Council since 2010.

For more information visit www.belindaraisin.com

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Community Engagement

We have an additional workshop available that aims to bring artists together to encourage collaboration and inspire creativity.

The workshop provides a hands on opportunity for participants to try activities that the artists used to create Confessions of a Control Freak and other new works.

Participants also have the opportunity to engage in conversations and ask questions of Belinda and Jamie.

Participants will make new connections and have the opportunity to establish new collaborative relationships.