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24th April - 4th May

The Cellar Theatre, 7pm

Directed by Zoe Le Marinel

Assistant Directed by Jasmine Jenkins

Produced by Alex Ma and Rubba Fatima

The Show

Three drag kings: a murderer, a jewel thief and a juvenille delinquent, are all locked in a prison cell together, living the most confused and tense love triangle you’ve ever seen. The play follows the power struggle between them as they express their admiration, jealousy, desire and inevitably their violence. Performed in drag for the first time in its troubled history, it is drenched in camp, over-the-top criminality- sexual innuendo, shirts torn open, vicious insults and grown men(?) crawling on the floor.

This show is a celebration and vindication of drag- we aim to promote and glorify an artform that is facing discrimination, opposition and active supression today. 

We also wanted to have a ball - which we did. 

Content Warnings: Sexual References, Mild Coarse Language, Misogyny and Sexist Language, Themes and References to Death, Violence, Onstage Depiction of Murder

Runtime: approx. 70 minutes, no intermission.


Green Eyes: Olivia Castree-Croad

Jules LeFranc: Amélie James-Power

Maurice: Steph Kemple

The Guard: Taylor Barrett Fair


Dramaturg: Kat Butler

Costume Design: Tamsyn Cotezee, Scout McWhinney

Assistant Costume: Gaby Whalland

Hair and Makeup: Leo Westgard, Adele Beaumont

Set Design: Sofia Angelini, Celine Kwon 

Stage Manager: Rose Callaghan

Sound Design: Harry Steele 

Lighting Design: Cameron Nott 

Lighting Assistant: Nasrin Keast

Graphic Design: Margot Roberts 

Photography: Jessica Lau 

Acknowledgement of Country:

SUDS acknowledges that the University of Sydney and the Cellar Theatre reside on stolen land; the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. As a society that exists to tell stories, it is important to acknowledge that stories were being told on this land for thousands of years before British colonisation.

SUDS pays respect to elders past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded - Always Was, Always Will Be Aboriginal Land.

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