Charisa Bossinakis is tired and doesn't want to work hard anymore. In her new hour, “I will be a trophy wife”, Charisa explores how to trap footballers. She hopes their fame will help her secure a gig on Triple J, a Target athleisure line, a reality show and perhaps even a multivitamin line (vitamins are actually made from chalk, spoiler alert!).  

No just kidding! Girls can aspire to be WAGs; they just can't say it out loud! This is why Charisa's new show is actually called “Pineapple Juice”.  

In 2018, Charisa completed her first run at the Melbourne International Comedy and was also handpicked by the director of the Sydney Comedy Festival, to be a part of the ‘Fresh’ line up of upcoming comics - past alumni including Ronnie Chieng and Matt Okine. In 2019 she returned to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Sydney Comedy Festival with her second-hour show "Paquito" to sold-out shows and rave reviews and made her debut at Enmore Theatre and the Sydney Comedy Store.  

 

"Who knows what makes millennials laugh? Charisa Bossinakis does" -Sydney and Perth Comedy Festival director, Jorge Menidis 

"This lady clearly makes an impression, she is here to stay in the comedy scenes" -Weekend Notes 

Four stars -Funny Tone