"You do not fit inside your body. It is yours but you have outgrown its shape. If only your skin could grow as you grow, change as you change, stretch to fit you. If only you could become something more beautiful and not just something else.
I'm going to be so late."
Kaleidoscope tells the story of a normal day in the life of Gabriel, a young trans guy just trying to leave his house. In a one-sided conversation with his reflection, Gabe reveals regrets of lost love, anxieties about sex and flirting, and the struggle to be trans and gay in the Sydney clubbing scene. As he deals with who he sees reflected back at him, he becomes so much than what the mirror shows him.
A play written and performed by two young men who feel its sentiments deeply, Kaleidoscope celebrates the bravery of so many trans, non-binary, and gender diverse individuals. Vibrant, frank, and funny, this is a discussion of identity captured in one talkative, well-dressed man.
with Oliver Ayres as Gabriel
Artwork: Hannah Cox
In depth depiction and discussion of gender dysphoria, discussion and depiction of mental illness, partial nudity, strong coarse language
Event Dates: Monday 22th February - Friday 4th March 2016
Event Times: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7.00pm
Venue: Kings Cross Theatre, Second Floor, Kings Cross Hotel 244-248 William Street, Potts Point, NSW 2011
Running Time: 90 minutes no interval
Ticket Prices: Adult $20.00, Concession $15.00