- Creator and Performer
- Ophira Calof
- 60 minutes
“It feels so good to be front and centre, airing out my feelings and reclaiming my goddamn time.”
In the age of body positivity, where does chronic illness fit? Disabled artist Ophira Calof plays her body as a character finally getting its moment in the spotlight, using music, comedy and storytelling to explore the relationship between her body and mind as they navigate a world that wasn’t built for them. This show includes an informal conversation at the end of each performance. Every performance of this show includes access measures.
Please note that Literally Titanium will feature two styles of relaxed performance. Please see the accessibility information below for further details.
- Sanja Vodovnik
- Jessica Watkin
- Stage Manager
- Connor Low
- Alia Rasul
- Sabrina Friedman
|8th January||6:30pm||Relaxed Performance||Tickets|
|11th January||6:15pm||Relaxed Performance||Tickets|
|13th January||7:00pm||Relaxed Performance||Tickets|
|15th January||8:15pm||Sign Language Relaxed Performance||Tickets|
|15th January||9:15pm||Sign Language||Talkback|
|18th January||5:30pm||Audio description Relaxed Performance||Tickets|
|18th January||6:30pm||Audio description||Talkback|
|19th January||4:00pm||Audio description Relaxed Performance||Tickets|
|19th January||5:00pm||Audio description||Talkback|
Relaxed performance details:
January 8, 6:30pm, Relaxed Performance
January 11, 6:15pm, Modified Relaxed Performance
January 13, 7:00pm, Relaxed Performance
January 15, 8:15pm, Relaxed Performance
January 18, 5:30pm, Modified Relaxed Performance
January 19, 4:00pm, Relaxed Performance
All performances of Literally Titanium will feature an introduction. Patrons will be free to enter and exit as needed. There is a quiet space with a live feed of the show available that patrons may visit at any time throughout every performance.
Our modified relaxed performance is ideal for folks who may benefit from a darker and less stimulating sensory environment in the audience. House lights will not be kept on for these performances. Additionally, patrons will be asked to keep sudden sounds, movements, and the use of handheld devices to a minimum, where possible.
Standard relaxed performances will have the house lights on dimly. Audiences are welcome to do what makes them feel most comfortable including the use of fidgets, making noises, or moving about.
Factory Theatre Studio
125 Bathurst St
- Level of Physical Access
- Air Conditioned
Audio descriptionSign LanguageMature language
This show features one performer on stage, with a minimal set, speaking and singing, accompanied by occasional background music played through house speakers. There are no sudden sound or lighting effects.