Theatre

That’s What She Said

NSW, AUSTRALIA

Tickets $26

Tue 20 - Sat 24 Sep | 1 hour Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
SHOW IS RATED: M15+
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200 sexual assaults occur each week at Australian universities. But the question remains: what exactly is being done?

Moving from her small country town to an Australian residential college, university life is bliss for nineteen year old Emily.

Until everything changes.

When an unexpected event occurs, she must grapple with not only the trauma of the incident, but finding justice in a system built to question victims and defend perpetrators.

‘That’s What She Said’ is an urgent new work written and performed by twenty-year-old Josephine Gazard exploring the failings of our universities in providing relief to victims of sexual violence.

Show details

Show details
  • 1 hour
  • Venue 1: Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
Performance notes
  • World Premiere
  • Content warnings: Coarse Language, Discussion of Sexual Violence, Sexual Themes
  • Performance accessibility:
    Tuesday 20 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Wednesday 21 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Thursday 22 Sep
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Venue details & accessibility
Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office

104 Erskineville Road Erskineville, Sydney
Telephone: 95506087

Accessibility

Approach:
There is ramp entry to the right of the building. The ramp width varies from 98cm at the entrance to 118cm in the middle. Partial uneven ground out the front. Street parking and accessible parking near by, close to bus stops. Note there is an accessible bathroom but can only be accessed through the 'Living room'.

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    Credits
    • Director – Jo Bradley
    • Producer – Emily Buxton
    • Writer – Josephine Gazard
    • Performer – Josephine Gazard
    • Stage Manager – Dani Raynor