Dates and Times
Tue 26 May 2020 at 9pm
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Presented by Katherine Christie Evans
An experimental opera, offering a glimpse into the life and desires of an introverted queer classical musician with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, an Eating Disorder, a drumkit, and a wardrobe of historical costumes.
A musical portrait of an underdog and rebel surviving outside of mainstream society, Compulsive Opera transports us into the mind of Katherine Christie Evans as she fantasises about being a queer time-travelling troubadour.
She dreams one minute of being John Dowland, charming ladies with her mastery of the lute and her Elizabethan ruff, and next of starring in retro cult-classic film ‘Xanadu’ alongside Olivia Newton-John; all accomplished while riding exercise equipment or transitioning between a range of live instruments and outfits.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER & HEALTH WARNINGS
The company believes there is no content to consider and are no health warnings for this performance. There are no age restrictions for this performance.
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About the artist
Katherine Christie Evans, or, as she would have been known in medieval times “Katherine of Romford”, is a classically trained queer soprano who plays quite a few instruments, writes rock music, and has a penchant for historical costume.
Image credit (c) Katherine Christie Evans
Image description: A person with short hair and blue eye shadow sitting in a room with a blue guitar, drumkit, daffodils and a table with books.