Annie’s story is the first of three in the greater story of SUSPENSION which will be written as a science-fiction surrealist play.
From August 12th to 17th, Ivana and I poured our hearts out on stage while we performed Intimacy Issues. It was a gamble performing on opening night, no one but the tech operator had seen the show. The words were no longer for us, they were exposed to the audience and to criticism/critique/analysis/discussion. But the … Continue reading Intimacy Issues in review
Check out the article I wrote about the depiction of menstruation in CIS* female coming-of-age stories *I apologise that I do not acknowledge the fact that menstruation does occur to trans men and non binary people, this article solely focuses on the role of menstruation in cis female experiences (as drawn from my own experience) … Continue reading Owning the embarrassing period experience
An angry bookseller attempts to revive the medium of print by destroying the internet.
India and Ivana have intimacy issues. They don’t know what they want from relationships (or if they want relationships at all). They’d both been journaling in silence about this for years, but when they compared notes, they realised how much they had in common. This show is an autobiographical theatre piece made up of verbatim … Continue reading Introducing Intimacy Issues
EXT. HILL - NIGHT A girl stands on a hill, which looks over the suburbs and streets below. The street lights illuminate giving a beautiful orangey glow to the view. ALEX, 15, wears a big coat wrapped around her petite body and a blue beanie with strands of mousy brown hair peaking out. She hops … Continue reading MIA
Mr Bobo has no real name. I call him Mr Bobo when referring to him to friends or when I'm needing to name him. He was so full of life, character, and quirkiness, but he could not be labelled. "Do you mind me asking your name?" I asked politely, one quiet Sunday morning. "I do … Continue reading Mr Bobo