The Sydney Opera House presents Queer as Flux as part of the latest instalment of its bi-annual season of UnWrapped.
An intimate and uplifting performance by multi-award-winning artists Stace Callaghan (trans-masculine writer/performer) and Leah Mercer (director), celebrating transitions of bodies, hearts and minds via stories of gender, sexuality, spirituality, near-death experiences, dementia, dying and interspecies love.
Fresh from critically acclaimed seasons at Brisbane Powerhouse and The Blue Room Theatre, Queer as Flux invites audiences to experience the world through the eyes of a grown-up tomboy, their Drag Queen Fairy Godmother and two wise old whales.
Autobiography meets activism in this homage to queer ancestors who paved the way, not-so-queer folks who did their best and the finned and four-legged who depend on us.
In a world where political debates often demonstrate a strange fear of personal change and transformation, Queer as Flux sets out to show that, really, we’re all constantly in a never-ending state of flux.