Isn’t It Queer?

Little-Triangle-Isn't-It-Queer“Sondheim, but make it gay” Originally scheduled as part of the 2021 Sydney Fringe season, Little Triangle will present Isn’t It Queer? at PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, Erskineville for a strictly limited season this April.

After two years of pandemic-related shut-downs, Little Triangle triumphantly returns to Sydney stages in 2022 to platform LGBTQI+ performers and love stories often unseen on mainstages.

Broadway is dominated by the boy-meets-girl-narrative, leaving queer characters waiting in the wings. Join Little Triangle for an evening of musical theatre that empowers queer people through the work of renowned gay composer and lyricist, Stephen Sondheim.

Featuring a collection of cut numbers, rarely performed works, and beloved classics, Isn’t It Queer? is an exploration of queer love and a celebration of the LGBTQI+ experience.

Director Alexander Andrews and Producer Rose McClelland have assembled some of Sydney’s finest emerging & established musical theatre talent, all of whom are proudly part of the queer community.

Isn’t It Queer? features Jahla Black, Gavin Brown, Phoebe Clark, Blake Condon, Andy Freeborn, Samuel Hurley, Adelaide Robertson, Marissa Saroca, Alinora Tame and Jack Francis West.

Joining Alexander and Rose on the production team is Alec Steedman as Music Director, Andrew Howie as Pianist, and Alex Smiles as Lighting Designer.

Known amongst the industry for unmissable boutique productions, such as Sunday in the Park with George, Merrily We Roll Along, The Wild Party and NINE, Little Triangle is proud to present an original cabaret, Isn’t It Queer?

“Production company Little Triangle’s potential for presenting quality small-scale musical theatre on a shoe-string is one of the most exciting things to happen in Sydney’s indie Music Theatre scene…” – StageWhispers

Isn’t It Queer?
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, 107 Railway Parade, Erskineville
Season continues to 23 April 2022

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Image: Stephen Sondheim stuck to a Rainbow – courtesy of Little Triangle