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THE SIX GUYS AN IMMIGRANT TRANS PERSON OF COLOUR WILL DATE IN MELBOURNE

February 6, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - February 11, 2023 @ 8:30 pm

Organizers

Midsumma Festival
The Six Guys Production

Other

Age group
For over 18's only
Accessibility
Wheelchair AccessibleWheelchair accessible
Groups of most relevance to event
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse, Intersex, Queer, People of Colour, Multicultural
Content warning
Nudity, sex scenes, coarse language, reference to sexual violence
Event is delivered in these Languages
English, Other

Venue

La Mama HQ
205 Faraday St, Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
Melbourne, Victoria 3053 Australia
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Phone
03 9347 6948
View Venue Website

Organizers

Midsumma Festival
The Six Guys Production

Other

Age group
For over 18's only
Accessibility
Wheelchair AccessibleWheelchair accessible
Groups of most relevance to event
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse, Intersex, Queer, People of Colour, Multicultural
Content warning
Nudity, sex scenes, coarse language, reference to sexual violence
Event is delivered in these Languages
English, Other

Venue

La Mama HQ
205 Faraday St, Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
Melbourne, Victoria 3053 Australia
+ Google Map
Phone
03 9347 6948
View Venue Website

Organizers

Midsumma Festival
The Six Guys Production

Other

Age group
For over 18's only
Accessibility
Wheelchair AccessibleWheelchair accessible
Groups of most relevance to event
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse, Intersex, Queer, People of Colour, Multicultural
Content warning
Nudity, sex scenes, coarse language, reference to sexual violence
Event is delivered in these Languages
English, Other

Venue

La Mama HQ
205 Faraday St, Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
Melbourne, Victoria 3053 Australia
+ Google Map
Phone
03 9347 6948
View Venue Website

A series of romantic (mis)adventures in Melbourne’s queer dating scene
“This is a story of Men. and Sex. and Dates. and Love. Fucking Love.” – D

After being uprooted from their place of comfort and being thrown in front of the world’s biggest crisis, D now has to face an even bigger challenge: finding themselves in the 7-time voted “most liveable city in the world”. Will a series of unfortunate relationships really lead them to the sense of self that they’ve lost?

“But the world has shown me that I don’t deserve that. That I will never have that. Because they say so. Because I’m this.” – D

“Six Guys” dives a little deeper into the intersectionality of multiple marginalisations in a world run by men. A hybrid of stand-up and situational comedy, this play finds humour in the harsh realities these people face. Funny, heartfelt, and inspiring, it will leave the audience having a better understanding of people who are not them.

D and their six guys will take you on a hilarious romp that shines a light on a uniquely queer and diverse experience of love, loss, identity, and reinvention.

Written by Dax Carnay

Directed by Beng Oh

Produced by Justine Javier Long and Dax Carnay

Performed by Dax Carnay, Omar Dabash, and Sebastiano Pitruzello

Dramaturgy by Jane Miller

Lighting Design by Clare Springett

Sound Design by Ben Keene

Set and Costume Design by Christina Logan-Bell

Video and Graphic Design by Jordan Hanrahan

Stage Managed by Teri Steer

PR and Marketing by Shei Faulmino

A series of romantic (mis)adventures in Melbourne’s queer dating scene
“This is a story of Men. and Sex. and Dates. and Love. Fucking Love.” – D

After being uprooted from their place of comfort and being thrown in front of the world’s biggest crisis, D now has to face an even bigger challenge: finding themselves in the 7-time voted “most liveable city in the world”. Will a series of unfortunate relationships really lead them to the sense of self that they’ve lost?

“But the world has shown me that I don’t deserve that. That I will never have that. Because they say so. Because I’m this.” – D

“Six Guys” dives a little deeper into the intersectionality of multiple marginalisations in a world run by men. A hybrid of stand-up and situational comedy, this play finds humour in the harsh realities these people face. Funny, heartfelt, and inspiring, it will leave the audience having a better understanding of people who are not them.

D and their six guys will take you on a hilarious romp that shines a light on a uniquely queer and diverse experience of love, loss, identity, and reinvention.

Written by Dax Carnay

Directed by Beng Oh

Produced by Justine Javier Long and Dax Carnay

Performed by Dax Carnay, Omar Dabash, and Sebastiano Pitruzello

Dramaturgy by Jane Miller

Lighting Design by Clare Springett

Sound Design by Ben Keene

Set and Costume Design by Christina Logan-Bell

Video and Graphic Design by Jordan Hanrahan

Stage Managed by Teri Steer

PR and Marketing by Shei Faulmino

A series of romantic (mis)adventures in Melbourne’s queer dating scene
“This is a story of Men. and Sex. and Dates. and Love. Fucking Love.” – D

After being uprooted from their place of comfort and being thrown in front of the world’s biggest crisis, D now has to face an even bigger challenge: finding themselves in the 7-time voted “most liveable city in the world”. Will a series of unfortunate relationships really lead them to the sense of self that they’ve lost?

“But the world has shown me that I don’t deserve that. That I will never have that. Because they say so. Because I’m this.” – D

“Six Guys” dives a little deeper into the intersectionality of multiple marginalisations in a world run by men. A hybrid of stand-up and situational comedy, this play finds humour in the harsh realities these people face. Funny, heartfelt, and inspiring, it will leave the audience having a better understanding of people who are not them.

D and their six guys will take you on a hilarious romp that shines a light on a uniquely queer and diverse experience of love, loss, identity, and reinvention.

Written by Dax Carnay

Directed by Beng Oh

Produced by Justine Javier Long and Dax Carnay

Performed by Dax Carnay, Omar Dabash, and Sebastiano Pitruzello

Dramaturgy by Jane Miller

Lighting Design by Clare Springett

Sound Design by Ben Keene

Set and Costume Design by Christina Logan-Bell

Video and Graphic Design by Jordan Hanrahan

Stage Managed by Teri Steer

PR and Marketing by Shei Faulmino