Que Será, Será: A Life’s Journey of Sexual Orientation & Gender

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Femme image of Zelda by Eva Mueller, Drag image of Zelda by Gloria Waslyn

A ruthlessly honest roller-coaster life navigating non-binary Queerness

New York based performer/visual artist Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) presents “Que Será, Será: A Life’s Journey of Sexual Orientation & Gender Expression”. This ruthlessly honest multi-media show chronicles the joys and challenges of navigating non-binary Queerness from childhood in the 1950s to adulthood. Developed under an Individual Artist Commission from Arts Mid-Hudson, this roller-coaster Queer ride through the decades is shown here as it premiered at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center in Kingston NY.

Tips and donations to the artist can be made via www.fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/que-sera-sera.

QSS Australian Media Reviews:

★★★★
"The title of this gently confronting and evocative storytelling performance says it all. It is A Life’s Journey of Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression told by the charming and engaging Zelda (AKA Judith Z. Miller) who opens her heart and her life to the audience . . . With her expressive face, sharp features and multi-coloured beaded hair, Zelda reads her equally colourful life’s story standing at a lectern, imbuing her memories with passion, joy and melancholy ... Her stories are quirky and funny, distressing and sad, excitable and volatile and intermittently suicidal and tragic . . . Que Será Será is truly an epic tale of a coming of age in one’s sexuality and gender identity."- Kate Herbert Theatre Reviews

Audiences call the show;

profoundly moving, brave and honest.

... the model for how a person's struggling journey can be seen as not just a series of memorably good and bad moments, but as an evolution toward a transcendent, integrated self-radiating freedom of being.


Que Sera, Sera," will have you enthralled. Revelatory. So courageous!

Just top notch! This [show] made it so I could love myself more - I know it’s all right to be myself.

It could stop some kid from committing suicide.

It’s a social history. It’s her history and her story, and her everything, but it’s also this entire social history [that] needs to be told all across the country, all across the world ... . It breaks you out of your isolation.

It’s vulnerability like this that will change our world for the better.

I loved Que Será, Será. I loved it! I cried, I cried. It brought up a lot for me.

This presentation broke down barriers within myself and made me rethink what it means to be accepting.

Engaging, humorous, informative, edgy and intelligent.

She will have you in stitches and bring a blush to your face. Her timing is impeccable.

Absolutely moving and poignantly beautiful experience!

 

Images by James Orr Photography

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WHEN 19 Apr-5 May | Stream on demand

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midsumma.org.au

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INFO

New Work, Melbourne Premiere, Australian Premiere

WARNINGS

Violence, Coarse language, Reference to sexual violence, Suicide references

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