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THE 7 STAGES OF GRIEVING by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman

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“A landmark work”- Adelaide Fringe, 2010

THEMES: Grieving, death, Indigenous people, aboriginality

CHARACTER AGES: Any age

Length
LENGTH: 1 Hour
Target Audience
TARGET AUDIENCE: Middle Years
Cast Size
CAST SIZE: 1 - 2 Cast Members
   PLAYWRIGHT: Wesley Enoch
Rating: Not Rated Yet
$ 23.95
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SYNOPSIS This is a proud milestone in Australian theatre history; a contemporary Indigenous performance text from the highly acclaimed Kooemba Jdarra. Appropriating western forms whilst using traditional storytelling, it gives emotional insight into Murri life. This one-woman show follows the journey of an Aboriginal ‘Everywoman’ as she tells poignant and humorous stories of grief and reconciliation. A powerful, demanding and culturally profound text, The 7 Stages of Grieving is a celebration of Indigenous survival, an invitation to grieve publicly, a time to exorcize pain. It has a universal theme told through the personal experiences of one incredible character.

PRODUCTION HISTORY The 7 Stages of Grieving premiered at the Sydney Theatre Company in August, 2002 and was directed by Wesley Enoch, starring Deborah Mailman. It has since toured nationally.

ISBN 0908156537

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