Am Freak, Will Travel

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Georgia Keighery

For the first time in my life it was completely impossible for me to be inconspicuous. For the first time in my life, the freak that I always secretly knew I was had been made visible to everyone who walked past me on the street. I felt like a freak exposed, and it completely freaked me out.

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About the author

Theatre actor and writer, Georgia co-founded Prompt Theatre in 1998. Her first full-length play “The Flats” won a commendation at the 2003 Philip Parsons Award and she was a writer for the B’Sharp 24 Hour Play Project in the same year. Her most recent play ‘FiRE’ was part of Darlinghurst Theatre’s In The Raw festival in November last year, and she hopes to grow up to be a valid human being one day.