Being Dead (Don Quixote)

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Contemporary
A dangerous quest of literary theft, build-your-own identity and post-anarchy. Don Quixote is the softcore idol you deserve. A moving and sensational experience of queer thinking, failed heroism and triumphant femininity.

Queer Femme Kerith Manderson-Galvin rips off the world's first modern novel, Barbie, and the original rip-off artist Kathy Acker et al. in a signature work that has alienated and captivated audiences across Australia.

"Totally blurs the line between art and reality...gut wrenchingly powerful" Out On The Town
"A glorious mess with a serious purpose" Daily Review
"True beauty" Weekend Notes
★★★★ "Real beauty" Time Out
★★★★ M.A.F

Already seen 'Being Dead (Don Quixote)? MKA is also presenting 'Cold War' as part of the RCCFringe season.

Presented by: RCC + MKA

MKA (est. 2010) are Melbourne's vanguard of new writing, new ideas, and experimental theatre. Credited with reviving a 'new writing renaissance' (RealTime Magazine) the company has collected acclaim and awards across Australia and internationally where their work has toured in Germany, the UK, USA, Singapore, France, Spain, Greece, and Czechia.

"Theatre lives at MKA.”
Daily Review;
"Raw, passionate, and daring."
The Times (UK);
“Frenzied, subversive, anti-theatre explosion of energy that hits you hard.”
The Music.