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Crow Fire

$34.99

The story of a young, urban Indigenous Australian woman and a man from a desert community lured into the city.

Crow Fire is published in Blak Inside, a collection of six plays from Victoria by Aboriginal writers, including:

Conversations With the Dead, by Richard Frankland
Enuff, by John Harding
Belonging, by Tracey Rigney
Casting Doubts, by Maryanne Sam
I Don’t Wanna Play House, by Tammy Anderson {{PlayboxLogo}}

  • 0
  • 5 total
  • 2 female identifying, 3 male identifying
  • people of colour
  • 18+
  • adult, teen, young adult
  • Currency Press


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ATSI GUIDELINES FOR DRAMA/THEATRE EDUCATION

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The preparation of this document was commissioned by Drama Australia to foster access and participation in learning, taking in the broader context of Indigenous educational perspectives and redefining their relevance in the study of Contemporary Indigenou

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MARY-ANN ROBINSON, REALTIME #48, APRIL-MAY 2002

"Blak Inside, a series of Indigenous plays from Victoria, performed at Melbourne’s Playbox to sellout crowds. It’s a vote of confidence in the medium that these writers chose to craft their stories for theatre. I saw 3 of the 5 productions..."

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