Years ago, our nation was rocked by violent, anti-social behaviour. However, with the beginning of the Age of Unity, in just five years we have started to see an end to difference-based-discrimination. Today, you are considered safe in the city of Sydney, no matter the minority.
But there's still a way to go. We believe that it's time for the next step towards eradicating anti-social behaviour; eliminating gender. TranScience is the pathway to true unity. Beginning September 13th, together we will continue making the future unified.
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In the Age of Unity, minorities are protected as never before- so best friends Olive (female) and Xander (Transgender guy) have never felt safer, or closer to each other. But, as TranScience heralds a future of mandatory androgyny, that may all be about to change. 'Transience' is a brand new science fiction play by Clare Hennessy, directed by LOC associate director Clemmie Williams about gender, friendship and chambray jumpsuits, that asks what and who we're willing to compromise to belong.
By Clare Hennessy
Directed by Clemmie Williams
left of centre theatre co.
Featuring Kate Plimbett, Julia Christensen and Eve Beck.
13th-18th of September
KXT bAKEHOUSE, inside the Kings Cross Hotel 244-248 William Street, Kings Cross
Upstaged Reviews has one double pass to give away to the show! Email email@example.com with the subject line TRANSIENCE for your chance to win a double pass to the Friday 16th September show. Entries close 10th September.