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David Milroy's Enchanting New Play
The Aboriginal Theatre students at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) present the enchanting Crowbones and Carnivores at The Enright Studio.
2011's Aboriginal Theatre production "Who's Afraid Of The Working Class?
Devised by award-winning Aboriginal Writer David Milroy (Waltzing the Wilarra, Windmill Baby), Crowbones
and Carnivores takes the audience on an emotionally charged musical journey to the edge of the desert.
Amongst a nest of sandalwood, two fractured families await the arrival of a train. A sudden tragedy releases a pungent tale of love, patriarchy and red-hot smoking revenge.
The Aboriginal Theatre studies program at WAAPA gives students the opportunity to investigate, nurture and develop indigenous performance skills through self-devised and collaborative work. Crowbones and Carnivores by David Milroy is the graduating performance of the 2012 class.
The students will shine in this new work from celebrated playwright, David Milroy." said Rick Brayford, Director.
Tickets are on sale now from the WAAPA Box Office on (08) 9370 6636 or online at www.waapa.ecu.edu.au
The show runs from Saturday 17 November to Thursday 22 November 2012 (excluding Sunday 18)
Curtain goes up at 7.30pm at The Enright Studio, Mount Lawley Campus, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.