two people with their faces touching holding up a lighter which is on fire
Two bisexuals. One looking at the camera and one looking at the other intimately.
two bisexuals holding each other's faces intimately

Burn it.

Two queers. Camping. Post dramatic break-up.
Do they engage in wholesome, healthy processing? Or drinking, denial and making fun of trauma?
 
"A show that is both incredibly uncomfortable at times and ridiculously funny" Australian Stage 
 
"Raw and powerfully emotional" Melbourne Theatre Info
 
This dark comedy explores mental illness, abuse, unrequited love, and the complications of a friendship that acts more like a relationship. But it’s funny, we promise.
 
Created by an entirely queer team and written with all gender non-specific characters. The show is shaped differently by different actors and has been restaged with a non-binary, AFAB duo after it’s 2023 premiere showcasing a masc and fem-presenting cast.
 
Director: Jacqui Martin
Cast: Sian Dowler, Lydia Kuelsen
Writer/Producer: Lydia Kuelsen

Trigger Warnings: discussions of violence, death, self-harm, eating disorders, suicide and abusive relationships

Theatre and Physical Theatre • LGBTQIA+
Victoria • SA Premiere

Thu, 07 Mar - Thu, 14 Mar

55 min

Verandah Private at The Strathmore Hotel

$25 to $29

M (5 Warnings)

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