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I Have A Face
 

Riverside Theatres Digital presents Jude Perl’s I Have A Face. The production will stream in an exclusive online Watch Party on Friday 10 September at 7:30pm, and then will be available to watch on-demand until 10pm Sunday 26 September 2021. 

Ever wondered if you’re doing it right? Well did you read the label? Life didn’t come with a label, but you will be told your whole life how you should behave or who you should be. You will be told that if you have a problem, there’s a quick fix you can buy… but somehow the problem doesn’t ever seem to really go away. 

Jude Perl’s insight into her personal and relatable mental health struggles of being an adult, will make you want to sing along, cry and laugh all at once. Sometimes labels are super useful, particularly when you’re washing your fave jumper. But at other times, labels can halt your growth and supress you’re very existence. Jude reminds us when to be aware of these labels, and when the labels are totally useless – and most importantly, that we are not alone. She’ll talk about some tough stuff, make you laugh and make you feel truly human. 

The I Have A Face Online Watch Party and Interactive Live Chat will also offer a behind-the-scenes insight into the making of the show, featuring a live conversation with Producer, Creator and Performer Jude Perl, and Riverside Theatres Program Manager Catherine Swallow. 

From Saturday 11 September at 10am to Sunday 26 September 2021 at 10pm inclusive, I Have A Face will also be available to stream On Demand. During this period of time, viewers can watch as many times as they wish. 

For the On Demand performance on Youtube, bookings via https://riversideparramatta.com.au/show/ihaveaface-ondemand/, phone at (02) 8839 3399.  

For the Online Watch Party and Live Chat, bookings via https://riversideparramatta.com.au/show/ihaveaface-watchparty/.

 

Event details

Venue: Online
Bookings: https://riversideparramatta.com.au/show/ihaveaface-ondemand/

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