I’m too Tired for this S**t!: a fatigue performance show

The Hillman City Collaboratory
5623 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98118
Facebook event

I’m Too Tired for This S**t!: a fatigue performance show
March 1st and 3rd
Directed by Niamh Timmons

Fatigue is supposedly one of the most common symptoms of chronic illnesses. It is the common thread between so many disabled people. Fatigue can run our lives in nearly every way imaginable. Even more frustrating is when we reach out for support and are met with disbelief from doctors to friends and family. This show is meant to highlight the experiences of those with fatigue. A chance for us to share our stories and hype one another.

ChrisTiana ObeySumner is an Alaskan-Born, Philly-Raised, East-Coast transplant who moved to the area in 2010 to attend Seattle University as a Transfer Scholar. ChrisTiana is the chair of the Housing Committee within the Seattle Commission for People with disAbilities, a member of the Seattle Renter’s Commission, and the founding Executive Director of the Eleanor Elizabeth Institute for Black Empowerment. They have been on stage since nine months old, and continues to process the lived experience of their intersectionality through art.

Niamh Timmons is a queer non-binary mentally ill disabled Transgirl. They’re a zinester, bad comics artist, survivor, and forest lover. They’ve been profiled on Autostraddle and Buzzfeed. They’re so thrilled y’all are coming to this show!

& More TBD!!

Hillman City Collaboratory is wheelchair accessible. The bathrooms are also wheelchair accessible. Both doors to the entrance of the building and the performance space will be opened all the way for the ease of wheelchair users.

The health of some of the perfomers may be harmed by exposure to cologne, perfume, or other fragrances–which may cause difficulty breathing, migraine headaches, flu-like symptoms and more. These symptoms are not always readily apparent and sometimes show up hours later or persist for days after an exposure. (Borrowed from Gay City Arts)

For some information about this, as well as harmful scents, check out this link:

We do not have access to closed captioning or an ASL interpreter. If you need this to attend, please let us know ASAP and we can try to have an interpreter present for you.