See this if: You want to spend an hour on the couch having a laugh with your lesbian mate while they make sense of their mental breakdown (and maybe even leave you with some hope).
What’s the vibe? If they gave out awards for surviving the most eventful bad week ever, Jenna Suffern would be a gold medalist. Within a few days, Jenna was made redundant, got dumped (by someone they’d just signed a new lease with) and made their stand-up comedy debut. As one half of Two Queers Walk Into a Bar, Suffern has made a name for herself as the foremost lesbian comedian of Sydney’s Inner West. But in the debut of their first proper solo show, this Lexapro lez isn’t just being funny, she’s putting her private life on show (well, more than usual) and inviting you into her living room for a self-deprecating love letter to past relationships, Real Housewives franchises, getting better, feeling seen, and their elderly cat, Mam.
When and where? It’s Not Funny, It’s Private is playing in The Vault at KXT on Broadway from Sep 1-11. Tickets range from $30-$45 and you can snap yours up and find out more over here.