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EAST SYDNEY COMMUNITY AND ARTS CENTRE - BRAND X
A new solo work that blends physical theatre and cabaret, celebrating queerness through all things fruity.
7.30pm and 2.30pm
Delicate DisastersDelightful DramasDecaying DandysA dashing damsel, dancing into Dante’s infernal dreamsWhat do these have in common? We’re not sure, but you might find them at ’Sweet Fleshed, Loose Skinned & Highly Perfumed’, a new solo show, devised and performed by Josh Freedman. A reclamation of the once derogatory term ‘fruit’, it explores and celebrates queerness through a unique blend of cabaret and visceral physicality. Come witness chimeric creatures and virtuous vixens, sensual seedlings and overpowering odours. It promises to be a great night, filled with passion(fruit), not to miss.
Choreography and Performance - Josh Freedman
Costume - Jasper Fearnley
Original Composition - Theare
Stage Management and Lighting Design - Jaime Petersen
Photo Credit: Jasper Fearnley
34/40 Burton St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
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