Presented by Metro Arts

By Jenni Large

How can we see ourselves clearly so that we can act meaningfully?

In this dance-based satire, the artist places herself as the object of interrogation to expose, confront and question intersections between whiteness, femininity, complicity and the transformational potential of self-enquiry.

A repetitious circling, undressed subverting and embracing of discomfort, this personal, political and performative collision of contemporary dance, theatre, sculpture, and audience interaction asks, what is the white woman’s role now? How can we see ourselves clearly so that we can act meaningfully? Can we simultaneously hold on to and let go of ‘self’? How are we complicit?




7:30pm, Wed 9 – Sat 12 Jun


New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End


General Admission $35 + booking fee
Concession $25 + booking fee
Groups 6+ $25 + booking fee
Preview Wed 9 Jun $25 + booking fee

Booking fee $0.50 per ticket purchased


Approximately 50 minutes. No interval.


Suitable for ages 15+. May contain loud noises, strobe effects, coarse language, depictions of violence and nudity. Please note – a lockout period applies. Latecomers may be admitted at a suitable break in the performance. 

Image by Jade Ellis & Visual design by Andrew Treloar


Choreographer & Performer Jenni Large

Sound Design & Composition Alisdair Macindoe

Costume & Image Composition Andrew Treloar

Creative & Cultural Consultant Katina Olsen

Sculpture Artist Itamar Freed

Writer & Collaborator Ruby Donohoe

Audio Description Anders Pfeiffer

Mentorship Daniel Riley & Frankie Snowdon



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