'In our adaptation the emphasis on community is almost haunting, there are points during the text where we've focused on people being around and not acting on the terrible things that are going on,' he says. 'Working with the Children of the Black Skirt cast in 2014 and 2015 I have seen these emerging actors grow in confidence, empathy and understanding about themes we wouldn't like to acknowledge happened and sadly still do happen.'
Saturday 14th March 7pm @ Goolwa Centenary Hall, 14 Cadell St, Goolwa
All stage photographs copyright Ink Pot Arts. Ink Pot Arts is a not-for-profit Community Arts organisation that runs classes in Drama, Circus and Singing in their Creative Hub in Mt Barker.