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Win A Double Pass To Being Dead (Don Quixote)

Don Quixote is the idol you deserve.


A dangerous quest of literary theft, build-your-own identity and post-anarchy. Being Dead (Don Quixote) steals from Cervantes, Barbie™ and instant porn. Don Quixote is the idol you deserve.

Kerith Manderson-Galvin’s sensational and ever evolving signature work has alienated and captivated audiences and now debuts in Sydney at KXT. Infamous Queer Femme Kerith Manderson-Galvin (AKA Unofficial Kerith Fan Club; Green Screen, SANS HOTEL/MTC; don’t bring lulu, UHT; Side Effect, MKA; 22 Short Plays, MKA) rips off the original rip-off artist Kathy Acker et al. in this ongoing project purposefully rewritten to Manderson-Galvin’s own shifting identity.


“I still don’t have a clear idea of what my voice is.” – Kerith after Kathy Acker
“Thou hast seen nothing yet.” Cervantes

This show is not suitable for children, for teenagers, or for a good deal of adults.

5 X Double Passes to any of the show!
Winners announced March 1

March 6-10, 7:30pm
​Special Matinee 2pm March 6
Running time: 1 hour

Kings Cross Theatre (Level 2 of the Kings Cross Hotel)
244/248 William St, Potts Point

For more information, visit mka.org.au/Being-Dead.

Warning: Contains adult themes, coarse language, and horse play.


Being Dead (Don Quixote)'s visit to Sydney is supported by Mooney Valley Council, BakeHouse Theatre, MKA Theatre, and the Australian Cultural Fund. 


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