Tristan: A Song for the Superior Man

When: Preview: 28 November | Season: 29 November – 3 December. Multiple performance times.
Where: Ralph Wilson Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre, Braddon
Cost: $25 concession, $30 general available online or by calling 6182 0000.

Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres is delighted to announce the premiere of Tristan: A Song for the Superior Man, a new Australian theatre work presented as part of our Ralph Indie program in 2017.

Presented in partnership with Little Dove Theatre Art, Tristan: A Song for the Superior Man is hybrid physical theatre that enters in to the highly charged discourse around masculinity. In a world rife with problematic social attitudes around the identity and performance of masculinity, this new theatre work asks “What does it mean to be a good man?”

Tristan: A Song for the Superior Man is vigorous physical theatre interspersed with story, song and dance. It is highly visual and entertaining but it also aims to truly connect with the audience through the vulnerability of the local male cast.

The Tristan cast is made up of well-known local performance artists with varying skill sets – each of whom are challenged to portray an insightful and intimate side of themselves.

Tristan: A Song for a Superior Man is the final production presented in Ainslie and Gorman Art Centre’s Ralph Indie season 2017.

For more information, please visit or call (02) 6182 0000.