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Presented by Sydney WorldPride


6:30pm, Sun 26 February, 2023 - 7:40pm, Tue 28 February, 2023
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Event Details

Chase sifts through the weeds of contemporary culture with a handy cam and her YouTube subscribers for company. This is a First Nations Gathering Space event – all are welcome.

Presented by Malthouse Theatre in association with HotHouse Theatre.
Devised by Carly Sheppard & Kamarra
 Bell-Wykes, A Daylight Connection.

Meet Chase. She’s living her best life. Just a shame there's no one left to see it.

Compelling, repelling, and funny. Joined by her zany crew of besties and YouTube subscribers for company, Chase is throwing the party to end all parties. The party to end the world! If any of them actually even exist... YOLO! 

Equally offensive and endearing to theatregoers from every walk of life, Carly Sheppard has been developing and performing the character of Chase for nearly a decade. Now she joins forces with Kamarra Bell-Wykes (A Daylight Connection) to deliver the most over-the-top, cracked version of Chase yet!

If only Chase understood half of what she helps others discover.  

Meet Chase. You just might see yourself.

"A glorious collision between experimental theatre and arthouse cinema…Bell-Wykes and Sheppard are pure geniuses and two of the most exciting talents that we currently have in Australian theatre.” – Lilitha Reviews

26 Feb 6.30pm
27 Feb 6.30pm (AUSLAN Interpreted)
28 Feb 6.30pm

Chase was commissioned by Malthouse Theatre through the support of the Malcolm Robertson Foundation.

Chase is part of Marri Madung ButbutThe First Nations Gathering Space. All are welcome. 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can access discounted tickets through the Sydney WorldPride MobTix program.

ACCESSIBILITY: Wheelchair Access,  Auslan Interpreted ( 27/02 6.30pm performance)

RATINGS OR WARNINGS: 16+, adult themes, discussion of suicide

VENUE INFORMATION:  Track 8, Carriageworks  - https://carriageworks.com.au/visit/

For full event information and more, please visit the Sydney WorldPride website.