Audiotherapy

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1 Venue

Downstairs at The Maj at His Majesty's Theatre

825 Hay Street, Perth CBD, WA, 6000

18+ venue or accompanied by parent or legal guardian

Suitability and warnings: M

Coarse Language:

Occasional

Other Warnings:

Mental Health, Suicide/Self Harm

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Hot

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About this event

A personal account in storytelling and music about depression, taking medication, recovery and relapses, the difference human connection can make and everything in between. An intimate, confronting, but also uplifting show, that moved its audiences throughout FRINGE WORLD 2018, and made many question what they know about mental health and illness, encouraging them to speak about their own experiences openly and without shame.

"An equally powerful and vulnerable performance.Sun-Mi handles the fragile, intimate subject of depression with a great deal of power. The raw storytelling format makes her narrative even more engaging." ★★★★ Dircksey Magazine

"A must see for anyone wanting to embrace a serious issue compassionately." ★★★★★ The Fourth Wall

"Compelling" The Music

Presented by:
Sun-Mi Clyburn

Sun-Mi is a multi-talented creative soul based in Perth, Western Australia. She has had a lifelong love affair with the written word and discovered her passion for performing arts in early adolescence.

Sun-Mi's current main focus is mental health advocacy through performing arts and since late 2017 she has dedicated herself to her solo project, Audiotherapy. It started as a stage production for FRINGE WORLD 2018 and within half a year evolved into a regular radio show and podcast.

Sun-Mi has lived with major depression her entire adult life. She lives with it successfully and wouldn't change a thing, as she considers her condition and the experiences she's had as a result of it to be great teachers; in self-awareness, empathy, relationships and, ironically, happiness.

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This venue has reserved seating. You will be allocated the best seats available. For accessible booking information please visit the Perth Theatre Trust website. We recommend all accessible bookings are made at the venue box office or by calling Perth Theatre Trust on (08) 6212 9292.