Open Stage is a joyful improv showcase in two parts featuring up-and-coming as well as established queer performers, curated by Jennifer O'Sullivan (Locomotive, NZ Improv Festival).
The first half features brand new improvisers in their first spontaneous performance, supported by their teachers; the second half sees some of Wellington (and NZ's) top queer improvisers telling hilarious and honest scenes inspired by their own stories of queer joy.
Book your tickets now on Eventfinder.
And if you're keen to give it a go, check out Jen's Intro to Improv for Queer Performers workshop on Sunday 29 May!
This event is part of "Queer AF": Pōneke's queer arts festival. Taking place in Wellington from 30 May to 5 June ’22, QAF features more than 60 queer artists across a dozen events in drag, poetry, burlesque, circus, literature, music, and more.
Learn more about Queer AF and see the full programme at www.queeraf.nz.
Queer AF is supported by the Wellington Creative Communities Fund, Rainbow NZ Charitable Trust, and the F*ck Yes! Fund.