Category: Queer

Discover the In-Between with Courtney Act: Fluid

Courtney Act’s latest offerings Fluid playing at Eternity Playhouse, produced by Darlinghurst Theatre Company, gives a rare glimpse behind the wig and mascara into Shane’s (Courtney’s boy name) life. You may be familiar with Courtney’s, shall we say enthusiasm for her reality…

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Upcoming: Myra Dubois – Dead Funny for Mardi Gras

Myra Dubois will be performing her show Dead Funny at the Opera House 18 – 29 February as part of 2020 Mardi Gras. Dead Funny has received rave reviews at Fringe festivals around the UK. Ahead of her arrival in…

Shock Factor Overload – Titus Andronicus Review

Wow! I’m loathe to say much more than that about Bell Shakespeare’s new production of Titus Andronicus, for fear of ruining the impact director Adena Jacobs is obviously going for. Artistic Director Peter Evans excitedly calls it a “boldly experimental…

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Jaguar’s Jag Queen Service Centre at Mardi Gras

Jaguar are on board as a major sponsor of Mardi Gras this year, and they are throwing themselves into the celebration. They’ve taken over an empty building in the heart of Oxford Street, turning it into the amazing Jag Queen…

KING @ The Seymour Centre

KING, a collaboration between director/choreographer Shaun Parker and Bulgarian songwriter/vocalist Ivo Dimchev, is a tender, visceral experience exploring ideas of masculinity in a way that’s equally entertaining and confronting. The heart of the piece is the interplay between the magnetic…

The Misanthrope – Fun, Laughter and Fabulous Queerism

Griffin Theatre Company and Bell Shakespeare’s latest co-production, The Misanthrope, transposes Molière’s satire of ill-manners, hypocrisy, and prudishness, into contemporary Australian queer culture. It is a fun, funny frolick, in the vain of a mardigras float, and almost as shallow….

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Rolling Stone At Seymour Centre – The Plus Ones Sydney

The stage is starkly empty. Sam (Damon Manns) and Dembe (Elijah Williams) sit opposite each other. Even in the silence, it’s clearly a date. Sam asks Dembe if he feels like they’re being watched, and a titter runs through the…