The Fae

SIGNAL
13—16 May $25

The Fae

An ethereal garden tucked away in the city is a-flutter with Fae. But within the whimsy and the glamour spells, you’ll find a truth.

Stone Motherless Cold (Arrernte) captures the similarities between the origins of fairies and early colonial writings on Blak peoples in this tale of displacement. Where is the space for queer Blak people? Is it only in these isolated gardens?

Part of the Motherless Collective, Stone Motherless Cold frolics amongst us as a 2019 Vic NAIDOC LGBTQIA+ winner. They might be a crystalline posing as human, but this Arrernte gem is a master of performance art, dance, spoken word and visual art.

Tré Turner’s Drag of Kwatye stood as a solid reminder that the white mainstream is not the only form of fierce out there.
Davey Thompson, YIRRAMBOI Blak Critics

Venue

SIGNAL

Dates & Times

  • Thu 13 May 7pm
  • Fri 14 May 7pm
  • Sat 15 May 7pm
  • Sun 16 May 7pm

Runtime: 1 hr

Tickets

  • Adult $25
  • Concession $18

Transaction fees may apply

Key Artists

Tré Turner (Arrernte)

Credits

  • Writer, Director: Tré Turner
  • Performer: Caleb Thaiday
  • Performer: Thomas Bevan
  • Performer: J-Maine Beezley
  • Performer: Zac Svensson
  • Performer: Stone Motherless Cold
  • Sound Designer: Sammy Perryman
  • Set Designer: Sarah Jessica Carpark

Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible Auslan Interpreted

Fri 14 May, 7pm

Warnings

Contains loud music and effects and adult concepts.

Additional Info

Presented by YIRRAMBOI Festival in association with SIGNAL.

This project was supported by the City of Melbourne through SIGNAL’s Young Creatives Lab.

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