Non-binary, Asexual, Biracial AND Neurodivergent? Utter Mess! A show about labels and the difference between the words that confine us and the words that set us free.
What happens when every document, every bathroom, every community seems to want you to decide, and none of the binaries seem to fit? ‘Artemis: Utter Mess’ is a show about labels and the difference between the words that confine us and the words that set us free. In this one-hour, one-enby show featuring nine original songs, Artemis looks over their journey to self discovery as a non-binary, asexual, bi-racial and neurodivergent person through song stroy and several excellent puns.
“There is a charismatic ensemble trio… with Artemis Muñoz, this trio of anti-vaxxers left you uncomfortably convinced of their sincerity and plight. Muñoz also delighted with their stunning piano composition hypothesising ‘another universe’ in which such issues do not exist.”
– Alice Mooney, Theatre Travels on Breeders (2020)
Created and performed by Artemis Muñoz
Image by Teddy Darling
Discussion/Exploration of Queerphobia (specifically aphobia and transphobia) Mentions of food
Discussion/Exploration of Externally Imposed Boundaries
Discussion/Exploration of Social/Structural Inequity
Discussion/Exploration of Cultural Identity
Discussion/Exploration of Self Deprecation
Discussion/Exploration of Ableism and Abelist Language
Discussion/Exploration of Mental Illness
Mentions of Eugenics
Mentions of Medical Gatekeeping (Mental Health/Neurodiversity)
Allusion to Expletives
Auslan Interpreted: Thursday 10th, 6:30 pm & Friday 11th, 8:30 pm
Relaxed Performance: Wednesday 9th, 8:30 pm (reduced capacity), Thursday 10th 6:30 pm (full capacity), Sunday 13th 6:30 pm (full capacity).
Audio Described: Wednesday 9th, 8:30 pm
Tactile Tour: by request for the whole season please get in touch with Myf Powell via firstname.lastname@example.org
For other dates in the season please see Visual and Aural ratings:
Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.
Aural rating 75%: Mainly sound-based, with visuals only incidental to the work, so blind or low vision audiences can have close to the full experience of the event.