Blending storytelling with live music, this confronting play delves into the gay hate-crime epidemic that blighted Australia, and the relevance this piece of queer history still has today. Ben Noble in Member. Photo Credit: Deryk McAlpin. With simple and effective staging, Member takes an unflinching look at homophobia and its deep-rooted grasp. Ben Noble plays... Continue Reading →
These are the drag queens that you were warned about! Join Angel, Trampolina, Trixie and Winnie for this irreverent romp that showcases superb songs and camp charm. Nathan Marken, Spencer Brown, Jeff Manabat and J.B. McLendon in The Kinsey Sicks: Drag Queen Storytime Gone Wild! Photo credit: Lois Tema. Returning to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe... Continue Reading →
A gentle, lyrical piece that highlights the importance of magic and hope in today's world. Celeste Lecesne in Poof! Photo credit: Andrew Moore. Expertly performed by Celeste Lecesne, LGBTQ+ activist and co-founder of the Trevor Project, Poof! is a monolgue play with songs, written by V (formerly Eve Ensler). The piece has a lot of... Continue Reading →
When a woman tells a little lie, she can have no idea of the ways that it will germinate, sprout and grow. This new take on ancient mythology creates a Metamorphoses for the modern era, examining the power of shame and the roots it can take in all aspects of a person’s life. Funny, dark... Continue Reading →
Complex, challenging and more than a little surprising, Trade plunges the audience into the murky and perilous world of the European sex-trafficking industry. Unflinching, unapologetic and at times deeply uncomfortable, Trade is a well performed and thoughtfully directed piece that never shies away from the difficult questions.