Deb Filler is back with fantastic stories to tell!

The star of international hits Punch Me in the Stomach and Filler-Up is bringing her newest show to the Ensemble Theatre, Sydney after a sell out of this new show in London in December and sell-out seasons in 2015 with I Lost It in Kiev in Toronto, Jerusalem, Melbourne, Auckland and London.

Deb Filler, a master storyteller, holds audiences in the palm of her hand with her zany tales — tall and true. NZ-born with deep Kiwi-Hebrew roots, Deb is renowned for her rich character portrayals (36 characters in Punch Me in the Stomach, 27 characters in Filler Up — while baking bread live onstage!).

She has performed internationally — from Off Broadway (New York Theatre Workshop) and La Mama where Punch Me began its life, to Berlin, Edinburgh, Los Angeles, Washington, London, (off West End) NZ, Montreal, Melbourne, (Gas Works, Anthill, National Theatre) Sydney (Belvoir Street, Ensemble Theatre).

Her work has been frequently adapted for screen, won awards and elite nominations. Shortly to appear in the feature documentary The Last Laugh alongside comedy legends Mel Brooks and Larry David and her upcoming two-hander My German Roots Are Showing read for producers in London with the infamous Miriam Margolyes.

Back with her fab swag of stories, we follow her in and around New Zealand, New York, Sweden, Vancouver and LA.

I Did It My Way— In Yiddish is a sampling of hilarious and heartfelt stories from around the world,” says Deb, “told from the heart and the Jewish soul.”

Funny and real, dripping with humour — and reflecting the human condition. You will laugh till you cry.


Deb Filler, I Did It My Way — In Yiddish

One show only: Monday 21 March, 7.30pm

Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall St, Kirribilli

Tickets: $49 full price; $46 concession.

Bookings: 02 9929 0644 or ensemble.com.au