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Stage Soldiers

Thu Feb 23 - Fri Feb 24

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Thu Feb 23 - Fri Feb 24

Thu Feb 23 - Fri Feb 24

PYT Fairfield presents Stage Soldiers: A work-in-progress mixed-media theatre performance and panel discussion

Kady grew up in a military family. Their Mum and Dad were always in uniform and Holsworthy Barracks was practically a daycare. They wanted to be a soldier but before they could sign up, they started going to war with their own body.

Stage Soldiers (working title) is a new mixed-media theatre work exploring gender fluidity in contrast with growing up in Australian military culture. It’s a personal, emotional, and aggressive work that gives voice to one of many queer Australian stories today. It’s a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance with a few laughs along the way and it’s a powerful and brave telling in a community that thrives on difference, but is yet to fully understand this difference. 

Creator/ Performer: Kady Robinson
Director: Matt Prest
Producer: PYT Fairfield

PYT Fairfield acknowledges the service and sacrifice of all members of the Australian defence force, past and present, and wishes to honour the history of Australia’s LGBTQIA+ soldiers.

Tickets from: $10
19 Harris Street Fairfield, NSW 2165 Australia

The Fairfield School of Arts is accessible from the street. There is an accessible bathroom.

PYT is located at the Fairfield School of Arts (19 Harris Street Fairfield). It is a 7 minute walk from Fairfield Station or, the closest parking station is Downey Lane Carpark, which is a 2 minute walk from the School of Arts.

Recommended for ages 14 years and up.


Thu Feb 23
Fri Feb 24
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