Something’s wrong. Everything’s right. The time is now, and they did it yesterday. For They and Them, to be read is to be misread, to be seen is to be unseen. In their fierce failure, bodies become less private, minds more muddled, stories less linear. They are forging the non-binary.
Haz Lugsdin, aka Buck Daddy Hattie (they/them) is a non-binary performance maker. Most recently they co-devised, co-produced and co-performed their sold-out show "1010011001: Dude, Where’s My Gender?" at Giant Dwarf’s Two Queers Festival. In 2020 they were a recipient of ATYP’s National Studio and performed in ATYP’s Fresh Ink readings. They have written, directed and performed in various sketch comedy shows at Sydney Fringe Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival and Bondi Feast. They graduated from the University of Sydney in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Theatre and Performance Studies.
Audley Anderson (they/them) is an actor and performance artist who performs in Sydney’s drag king scene as Lando Dreams. Audley co-created the sold-out experimental comedy show "101001101: Dude, Where’s My Gender?" with Harriet Lugsdin at Giant Dwarf. They recently played Romeo in SheShakespeare’s queer adaptation of 'Romeo and Juliet' and performed in 'Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again' at Sydney Fringe Festival. Audley graduated with a Bachelor of Screen and Sound Production, Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of New South Wales, and from the National Institute of Dramatic Art’s Actor’s Studio.
We consider the health and safety of our audiences, artists and staff our highest priority. In response to COVID-19, we ask you to:
Stay home if you feel unwell (no cancellation fees apply).
Maintain physical distancing of 1.5ms from others.
Sanitise your hands and register your attendance on entry.
Switch the COVIDSafe app to “flight mode” with Bluetooth activated.
When shown your allocated seat, stay in your allocated seat.
At the end of the show, leave the venue when instructed by staff.
What we are doing to ensure you are COVIDSafe at The Flying Nun:
Capping our audience at 50 people per show.
Ensuring that artists and staff are well before they start work.
Sanitising all furniture and touchpoints prior to each opening.
Reducing the size of our foyer bar to deter loitering.
Reconfiguring our venue to manage physical distancing.
Ensuring a 1.5m distance between stage and the audience.
You can request a copy of our COVID-Safe Plan is available for review via email to: email@example.com