By Cassie Workman
11 - 14 April 2018
Sam is a happy six-year-old girl who loves giants and her chain-smoking single Dad. On a routine outing for school supplies, Sam is kidnapped whilst her Dad’s back is turned. Taken to a strange house, Sam’s captor tells her she is sick and can never ever leave. Now only the power of a giant can save her…
Created by the multi-award winning transgender comedian Cassie Workman, Giantess is a devastating and funny fable for big kids. Interweaving music, comedy, storytelling and illustration, Cassie’s one-person-show explores the anguish of coming to terms with a gender identity that doesn’t match your body.
‘Wields words like a weapon.’ Herald Sun
Image by Brett Boardman
Wednesday 11 April 8.30pm
Thursday 12 April 8.30pm
Friday 13 April 8.30pm
Saturday 14 April 8.30pm
Written & Performed by Cassie Workman
Our friends @TimeOutSydney are hosting their annual Bar Awards at @the_OAF on Sunday 10 March, hosted by The Chaser's Julian Morrow. Expect sweet tunes, great food & delicious drinks alongside a celebration of Sydney's bar scene! Book tickets: https://t.co/uDr4JGoZgO
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Bondi Feast is back and taking submissions for 2019!! If you're a comedian, aerialist, storyteller, theatre maker, cabaret artist, musician, drag super star, magician or something else great, apply by midnight 24 March! Find out more: https://t.co/i2rFR1Mxwp #bondifeast