Tickets On Myself (Melbourne Fringe) [Melbourne]
Thursday September 12, 2019 - 5:45 PM
Fringe Hub: Trades Hall – Old Ballroom
Lygon St & Victoria St
Melbourne, Victoria 3053
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About the Show
Tetris. You know the game? The one with colourful, non-regular shaped objects that are pushed around until they disappear? Since forever, this has been the experience of the other. Come join reformed stand-up comedian and Autist MC Jacci Pillar and guests Sally Goldner (AM), Kath Duncan, James Williams and Yvonne Fein in some critical social intersectional commentary down the path away from the Tetris medical models to social models of being. You too can enjoy not being normal, because normal is so last century.
Tickets on Myself is showcase version of an earlier show about women’s reproductive rights, Total Vagina, featuring the stories of four artists/activists. This showcase features intersectional commentary front and centre – it’s darker, sharper, political.
Jacci has just moved from the Northern Territory and is done playing nice and done trying to stand on a stage with a microphone rested on their chin. Comedy has lost its soul. There has to be space for something else.
PLEASE NOTE: The $10 “Live Stream” ticket type is to tune in to the event online, instead of attending at the venue. Web bookings for the Live Stream close 24 hours prior to the performance, at which time you will be emailed the live stream link. If you want to purchase a Live Stream ticket less than 24 hours prior to the performance please give our box office team a call on (03) 9660 9666.
This event is Auslan interpreted. The interpreter is Amber Richardson.
Warning: Contains strong coarse language, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Violence,Self Harm or Suicide,Sexual Assault or Abuse,Emotional Abuse,Sexual Harassment,Domestic Violence,Drug References,Alcohol Use,Violence Against Women,Misogyny,Sexual References,Disability Slurs,Abortion,Death,War,Euthanasia,Mental Health