“To me, Insatiable Sisters is the theatre version of that concert you went to that changed your life – the energy and roar crowd is like no other and always makes for an epic night.”
— Gein Wong, co-curator
An evening of new performance works that celebrate the unrelenting strength and beauty of queer womyn and trans* folks.
The team that revived the Buddies’ iconic Strange Sisters cabaret is back in 2014. This year we explore the magical, the mystical and the powerful. Queer womyn & trans* folks as Brujas and witches, as 2-Spirit folks, as transformative fluid beings that create multi-dimensional universes in our relationships, our imaginations and our lived realities. We bring glitter to the classroom, turn hallways into runways, and use our bedrooms as laboratories. We are shapeshifters, and faeries with creativity in our blood.We welcome multi-disciplinary expressions of queer women & trans* folks finding magik in the mundane.
And stick around after the show for the turn up hosted by 88 Days, with your host Alexandria, DJ Bambi, and Nino Brown. Missing the show but want to swing by for the party? Tickets are $10, strictly 19+.
Last year’s event was packed to the rafters and sold out well in advance – don’t miss your chance to be part of this iconic event.
image of Kim Katrin Milan, Jade Lee Hoy, and Gein Wong by Tanja-Tiziana.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre presents
co-curators KIM KATRIN MILAN & GEIN WONG
space activator JADE LEE HOY
featuring Olive-or-Oliver, Ayo Leilani, Maan-i-fest (nisha ahuja & Melissa Moore), FLY LADY DI and Katie Sly, Red Mango, Lishai, Body Waves, Sage Willow, Beany John, and more
hosted by Alexandria Symone Williams
Insatiable Sisters recognizes that inclusion is vitally important, innovative and profoundly valuable. We are committed to working towards greater accessibility in all of the events that we curate as well as having clear and transparent information about accessibility for all events.
Buddies In Bad Times is a wheelchair accessible space. On Nov. 14th both ASL & Closed Captioning will be provided. For additional events, support will be provided for Deaf* audience members and information will be made available in advance along with other information about accessibility. In addition, we will be hosting workshops led by Deaf* and/or Disabled Artists & Organizers around Accessibility & Disability in theatre spaces.
If you have any questions or concerns around access, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.