Critical Mass
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Cynthia Sobraty, 'NEUROMANTIC - a queer cabaret'

A palpable collision of theatre, storytelling, poetry, original music, drag, childhood and fantasy, this performance delves into the technicolour darkness of the liminal spaces of life.

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Brunswick Mechanics Institute
Wednesday 18 - Saturday 21 September, 8:15pm
Thursday 26 and Friday 27 September, 10pm
50 minutes
$25

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Wheelchair accessible

 

Image credit: Jacinta Oaten

 

Cynthia Sobraty, NEUROMANTIC - a queer cabaret

NEUROMANTIC – a queer cabaret: is the first solo show from prolific qpoc Melbourne based performance artist Cynthia Sobraty. A palpable collision of theatre, storytelling, poetry, original music, drag, childhood and fantasy, this performance delves into the technicolour darkness of the liminal spaces of life.

From describing the ramifications of gender binaries as a queer acid trip version of Fred Rogers, to exploring white assimilation as a crooning grotesque pantomime of latex world leaders, Cynthia examines themes of nuance and radical vulnerability through a curious lens of whimsy and caricature. An exercise of taking up space and making the invisible visible.

About Cynthia Sobraty

Cynthia is an optimistically nihilistic creative jack of all trades based in Brunswick, tattooing by day and feeding their creative demons by night. They are currently creating an album produced by Evelyn Ida Morris, and have graced the stages of Unicorns, MAX FREAK, Slow Grind Fever and The Cocoa Butter Club.