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Made By Many Hands

Still Point Turning: The Catherine McGregor Story by Priscilla Jackman
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This is a vivid theatrical portrayal of one of our country’s most intriguing public figures.

21 April to 26 May
(02) 9250 1777
Wharf 1 Theatre
Sydney Theatre Company
Pier 4, Hickson Road,
Walsh Bay, NSW, 2000

Saturday evening $75
Adult $75
Seniors cardholder $75
Concession $75
Under 30 $65
Preview $65
Group bookings (10+ people) $63

From the age of eight, Catherine McGregor knew she was a woman. But first she would have to live as a man. She played many parts: son, brother, husband, athlete, soldier, speech writer. She worked in professions full of machismo, inside institutions built by men.

Every day was a challenge, and every challenge took its toll. In 2012, aged 56, McGregor faced a turning point: end her life, or transition as a woman. Drawn directly from countless hours of interviews with McGregor, Still Point Turning tells her story in her own words.