Sunny Drake with guest choreographer Jesse Hewit
Have you ever wondered if what you think you want is what you really want? Or just what youve been taught to want? In these two one-person-shows, in collaboration with visual artists and musicians, Australian performer Sunny Drake explores love, heartbreak, gender and the manufacturing of emotions. Sunny seamlessly weaves story-telling, theatre and creative movement with layers of sound and visuals. Sunny embeds intimate and exposing autobiographical stories in broader political contexts, creating performance that is socially relevant and resonates with many different peoples experiences.
Drake will be presenting two new pieces, "Other-wise" and "Gender-queer seeking... "
Guest choreographer Jesse Hewit presents "Wall Ball"
Sunny Drake is a human critter who weaves story telling, theatre and creative movement with layers of sound and visuals. Sunny embeds personal experiences and stories in broader political and social contexts to create bold, raw and challenging performance. Explorations include body image, gender, sexuality, concrete, sexual assault, identity, confessions, fear and professionalism. Sunny has performed in many places around Australia, the USA and Canada including in theatres, festivals, living-rooms, backyards, forests, streets, basements, work places, conferences and deserts. Sunnys solo works include Umbilical and I Should Have Turned the Mattress Over too. Sunny was born on stolen Indigenous land in Australia (Jaggera-Turrabul land, Brisbane).
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