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ACEtravaganza: CANCELLED

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  • Full: $35.46 ea ($35.00 + $0.46 fees)
  • Concession: $27.35 ea ($27.00 + $0.35 fees)
  • Group (min 6): $20.26 ea ($20.00 + $0.26 fees)
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Midsumma Festival

ACEtravaganza is a variety show featuring Melbourne’s best asexual and aspec artists curated by comedienne and poet Nikki Viveca (Asexual Healing) and theatre and cabaret artist Artemis Muñoz (Asexy: Proud To Be Me). This show puts the “invisible orientation” centre stage in a joyful celebration full of story, song and more!

The work is presented entirely by aspec artists, reflecting a perspective seldom seen on stage. More than a show, in a queering of the variety night tradition ACEtravaganza is also a community gathering, visual arts showcase and big ol’ ace party! Featuring first-time creatives alongside established artists, ACEtravaganza explodes stereotypes about the asexual community and boldly claims space for a group that is often erased from representations of queerness.

Join your hosts Nikki Viveca and Artemis Munoz as they paint Theatre Works purple and welcome to the space a sparkling line-up of artists from a diverse range of artforms. ACEtravaganza welcomes you to be part of this great ace-venture!

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