Confessions of a Boba Liberalist - Nita is in the corner of a room drinking a bubble tea she is holding with two hands. Her long black hair is worn down and as she sips the drink she looks out of frame to the right. She is wearing a pale grey t-shirt and a pink cardigan with hot pink love hearts. Hanging on the cream walls that converge in a corner behind her hang rainbow coloured fairy lights.

Confessions of a Boba Liberalist

Nita has some things she needs to get off her chest.

Using anecdotes from her own life experiences, come on a conversational journey through Nita's relationship with her own cultural identity. From the school yard at lunch time to having drinks with friends, she's often found herself navigating what it means to exist in a predominantly white society as a Person of Colour? Asian? Latina? Bi-Racial? Does it even matter what she thinks? Maybe it’s the way the world perceives her that shapes the way she perceives herself...

Bubble tea, K-pop, a few arguments with people over how to pronounce the names of cultural foods, and a bid to prove she is in fact NOT a Boba Liberal, "Confessions of a Boba Liberalist" is an answer (or not) to the dreaded question: 'Where are you from?'.

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Solo show
South Australia • World Premiere

Fri, 16 Feb - Sun, 17 Mar

60 min

The Yurt at The Courtyard of Curiosities at the Migration Museum

$25 to $30

PG (1 Warning)

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