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I Don’t Wanna Play House

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Tammy Anderson's moving story of her childhood. A truly remarkable account of the triumph of the human spirit.

I Don’t Wanna Play House 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
Crow Fire, by Jadah Milroy
Belonging, by Tracey Rigney
Casting Doubts, by Maryanne Sam {{PlayboxLogo}}

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  • 1 total
  • 1 female identifying
  • people of colour
  • 16 to 18, 18+
  • adult, young adult
  • Currency Press


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YIRRA YAAKIN, 2008

Yirra Yaakin and Perth City Council present I DON’T WANNA PLAY HOUSE as part of the City of Perth 2008 Honouring Theatre Festival from July 1 - 6.

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Production information for Yirra Yaakin's 2010 touring season of 'I Don't Wanna Play House'

I DON'T WANNA PLAY HOUSE

ALLISON JESS, ABC GOULBURN MURRAY

"I lived it, I breathed it, survived it and as an artist I wanted to share that with an audience." Allison Jess talks with Tammy Anderson about her quest to raise awareness of domestic and child abuse.

PERFORMING AUSTRALIA'S BLACK AND WHITE HISTORY

ALISON LYSSA, MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY, 2006

ACADEMIC PAPER: This thesis compares testimony to Australia's black/white relations in two plays by white writers, Andrew Bovell's 'Holy Day' (2001) and Katherne Thomson's 'Wonderlands' (2003), and two black writers, Tammy Anderson's 'I Don't Wanna Play House' (2001) and Richard J. Frankland's 'Conversations With the Dead' (2002)

THE MOTHER OF ALL ONE-WOMAN SHOWS

MARTIN FLANAGAN, THE AGE, NOVEMBER 2004

"I have just seen Tammy Anderson's one-woman show, I Don't Wanna Play House, and watched as she made fear, hate, love and laughter all appear."

BLACK AND WHITE IN FULL COLOUR

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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