CourtMyCrotchMediaReleaseCourt My Crotch is a show that takes a hard-line look at our society’s current relationship towards sport and sexuality premiering at The Blue Room Theatre in October.

Presented by FUGUE, a company that celebrates making unique, explosive, socially responsible theatre,Court My Crotch is a bold and ambitious work that looks at investigating and incorporating real first-hand Australian stories. Through a process of interviews with the sporting and LGBTQIA+ communities, the production will utilize the structure of a tennis match and the performance style of drag.

Audiences will be thrown into the fast-paced action of this complex social issue and be compelled to think and challenge their attitudes and beliefs towards inclusion and discrimination within sporting and cultural groups.

“We aim through this show to address the inclusion issues currently faced by LGBTQI+ people in sports in Australia and across the globe and begin an important conversation about the effects of this exclusion, and how it permeates broader society.” – James McMillan, Director & Writer

What: Court my Crotch presented by The Blue Room Theatre and FUGUEWhen: 18th September – 6th October, 7pm
Where: The Blue Room Theatre, Perth Cultural Centre, NorthbridgeBooking information:, (08) 9227 7005


Director & Writer: James McMillan // Featuring: Morgan Owen, David Mitchell & Henry Boles // Producer: Ellen-Hope Thomson // Sound Design: Alex & Yell // Assistant Movement Director: Nicole Harvey // Lighting Design: George Ashforth // Dramaturg: Geordie Crawley // Publicity & Marketing: Alexandre’ Egloff // Stage Manager: Sally Davies


FUGUE is a celebration of explosive theatre art, exploring multiple artistic mediums. Directed by James McMillan and comprised of new artists, performers and designers from across Australia, FUGUE has as emphasis on creating new, physical and aesthetically evocative work. Their work has been described as ‘multi layered, multi faceted thoughtful work, full of nuance and challenging physicality. – Arts Hub, 2017