Revisited & performed with marikiscrycrycry.
Originally created and performed with Dwayne Antony.

“a powerfully eloquent danced dialogue… performed with both calm reserve and concentrated intensity”
The Stage ★★★★

Winner of the 2017 South East Dance A Place to Dance Brighton Fringe Award and nominated for the 2017 Total Theatre & The Place Award for Dance. 

Defiantly challenging homophobia and transphobia, OUT is a duet – a conversation between two bodies, carving out a new kind of space, reclaiming Dancehall and celebrating Vogue culture amongst the bittersweet scent of oranges.

“We’re shape-shifting in a bid to fit in; to be black enough, straight enough, Jamaican enough…”  Embracing personal, political and cultural dissonance; this act of interdisciplinary self-expression smashes through normativity, summoning voices and re-enacting movements in an exhilarating mash-up of remembrance and re-invention.

OUT was created with kind support from Arts Council England, The Marlborough Theatre, The Yard Theatre, IBT, Leicester Curve, South East Dance and Greenwich University. It is part of Rachael Young’s extended research project: The Freedom Project.
Edinburgh Fringe run supported by The Eclipse Award.

>> Click HERE for Rachael’s podcast series, created alongside OUT, featuring conversations with amazing people discussing their experiences of being a queer Person of Colour in UK.


Upcoming dates:

30 November 2019, 8pm
Festival of Minds & Bodies at Wellcome Collection, London
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1-2 May 2020, 7.30pm
Roundhouse, London
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1 July 2020, 7.30pm
Dance City, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
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Performer: marikiscrycrycry
Original co-deviser and performer: Dwayne Antony
Lighting Design: Nao Nagai
Set and Costume Design: Naomi Kuyck-Cohen
Sound Design: Naomi Jackson
Outside Eye: Joseph Mercier
Dramaturgical Support: Martin Hargreaves
Producer: Anna Smith

OUT is available for touring from 2020, please contact the producer on info@rachaelyoung.net for details.

The Stage ★★★★
The Scotsman ★★★★
Broadway Baby ★★★★
Ed Fest Magazine ★★★★
Everything Theatre ★★★★