Australia’s “poster girl for telling it like it is” Em Rusciano will soon be taking her new live comedy show Evil Queen across the country for her largest performances to date.

Forget Snow White, forget Ariel. For a young Rusciano it was always about the villainesses.

Em Rusciano Her childhood obsession with these betrayed, depressive, fabulously dressed women turned out to be excellent preparation for both her marriage and her career in radio.

Now, as she hits the stage after a year of giddy highs and grinding lows, the time has come for her to unleash this inner evil queen.

So be prepared, you poor unfortunate souls, for black glitter, white wine, spells, songs, unhealthy obsessions, and high-end bitching.

Rusciano is the host of Sydney’s 2DayFM breakfast show, which often reaches number one on the iTunes charts with its catch-up podcast.

In the last 24 months she released her debut single Versions of Me, published a bestselling memoir Try Hard, and performed across the country to sold out crowds.

Now she’s bringing her highly-anticipated, brand-new live show to adoring audiences across Australia.

The Evil Queen tour kicks off on Saturday 17 February at Melbourne’s Palais Theatre, before going on to Perth’s Riverside Theatre (Sat 3 March), Adelaide’s Thebarton Theatre (Sat 24 March), and the Sydney Opera House (Thu 12 April), before wrapping up at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre on Saturday 21 April.

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