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Radiance

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Radiance, is an exuberant black sabbath for three great Indigenous dames. Cressy, Nora and Mae are half-sisters with little in common except the ghosts of their childhood. They gather, in the tropical Queensland landscape, for Mum's funeral.

These three sisters are a force of nature, and they haven't been in the same room for many, many years. It isn't long before that old house can't contain the joy and pain of them all being together again...

Read Andrea James' response to Radiance in Radiant Women on Radiant Country, a free essay from Currency Press.

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  • 3 total
  • 3 female identifying
  • 18+
  • young adult, adult
  • Currency Press


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AN INTERVIEW WITH LOUIS NOWRA (PDF DOWNLOAD)

GERRY TURCOTTE, KUNAPIPI, 1987, VOLUME 9, NUMBER 3, PAGES 51-67

Perfecting the Monologue of Silence: An Interview with Louis Nowra. This is an edited version of an interview conducted at The University of Sydney, 17 December 1987

INTERVIEW: LOUIS NOWRA (NOT IN PRINT PODCAST)

CURRENCY PRESS, 1 JUNE 2014

Not in Print speaks to Australian playwright Louis Nowra about his play 'Radiance'.

AUDIO: INTRODUCTION TO RADIANCE (NOT IN PRINT PODCAST)

CURRENCY PRESS, 1 JUNE 2014

Louis Nowra introduces his play 'Radiance'.

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