“Ze” (a gender neutral pronoun) details multiple “coming-out’s” from one stereotyped LGBTQI, etc. box to the next in a celebration that exposes the tension between being truly authentic and belonging.
Presented by Zir Productions
Written and Performed by Ren Lunicke
Original Production Directed by Peter Larsen
Photo by Virginia Guy
R16+: lots of naughty words and explicit sexuality
Dates, Times, and Pricing:
Saturday, July 14, 9PM (directly after BLOOD RELATIVE@7PM)
$10 unwaged, (or with proof of purchase to BLOOD RELATIVE)
Sunday, July 15, 7PM, KOHA.
Nominated for Best Comedy at Fringe World 2016.
Won “Best Use of Awkward Silence” Toronto Fringe 2016
Placed third for “Artistic Risk” Vancouver Fringe Festival 2016
“Journeys its audience through a world of labels unlike ever before.”- Montreal Rampage (Canada)
“Bring[s] new insights and comedy to well-trod subjects that renders the material compelling.” – Now Toronto (Canada)
“An intelligent, thought provoking, highly entertaining and….educational performance on gender and sexual identity.”
– Out in Perth. (Australia)
“Charming, hilarious, flirtatious, not at all shy…..mesmerizing, playful, and incredibly satisfying to watch.” – My Entertainment World (Canada)
“Transcends ideas about what it means to be queer.” – The Queer Av (Australia)
“An exceptional piece of work anchored by a performance by as talented an actor as you will see currently on any stage in the country…a raw and incredibly intimate journey that should be compulsory viewing…it may well change your life.”
– Theatreview (New Zealand)