*We regret to inform you that this show is no longer available for sale due to the cancellation of Melbourne International Comedy Festival but we intend to reschedule the show. We will be in contact in the coming days to all existing ticket buyers with information on refunds and rescheduling. Thank you for your patience and understanding.*
A RAMBUNCTIOUS MATCH MADE ON EGGSHELLS
Le Gateau Chocolat (Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets) is a man. Adrienne Truscott (Wild Bore) is a woman.
Le Gateau Chocolat is a gay, black, English-Nigerian man and drag artiste. Adrienne Truscott is a cis white feminist American female performance artist.
Le Gateau Chocolat is a multi-award-winning, plus-sized, bearded, drag diva feminist. Adrienne Truscott is a multi-award-winning comedian and provocateur who enjoys chocolate cake, up to a point.
They are dear friends and here, as in everyday life, they perform a multiplicity of identities: perceived, lived and projected. As their comical banter turns personal, political debates erupt, and grey areas (and arias) are exposed. Between musical numbers, they spring rhetorical traps designed to catch any who overstep the blurred lines of the politically correct and interrogate the boundaries of allyship.
When the 'faggot' faces the 'feminist' they ask: ‘How does one walk the fine line that delineates marginalised perspectives?’
In heels, obviously. Crack!
PRODUCTION PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS
Malthouse Theatre presents Grey Ariasby Adrienne Truscott and Le Gateau Chocolat.
Key Image: Allison Michael Orenstein & Lee Faircloth
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Adrienne Truscott & Le Gateau Chocolat
Adrienne Truscott, Le Gateau Chocolat
Event & ticketing details
The Malthouse, 113 Sturt St, Southbank 3006Get directions
TrainAny train to Flinders Street, then a 12-minute stroll through Melbourne’s sparkling Arts Precinct.
TramThe No. 1 South Melbourne tram goes right past our door. Get off at Stop 18. Any tram down St Kilda Road—jump off at Grant Street, Stop 17 and take a 3-minute walk.
This production involves haze, nudity, coarse language, and other potentially triggering content—it is the kind of stuff these artists hear and see in the street every day.
For a full list of potentially sensitive content, here.