This is a vivid theatrical portrayal of one of our country’s most intriguing public figures.
From the age of 8, Catherine McGregor knew she was a woman. But first she would have to live as a man. She played many parts: son, brother, husband, athlete, soldier, speech writer. She worked in professions full of machismo, inside institutions built by men.
Every day was a challenge, and every challenge took its toll. In 2012, aged 56, McGregor faced a turning point: end her life, or transition as a woman. Drawn directly from countless hours of interviews with McGregor, Still Point Turning tells her story in her own words.
Wednesdays to Saturdays, 8pm to 10pm
Saturday 21 April to Saturday 26 May 2018
Wednesdays 1pm and Saturdays 2pm
Pier 4 Hickson Road, Millers Point
Seniors cardholder: $75.00
Under 30: $65.00
Group bookings (10+ people): $63.00
- Mobility access
- Hearing loop