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Stolen generation production at the Phee


Head to the Phee Broadway Theatre to see the award winning production Hart, telling stories of the stolen generation.

Wednesday 7 June 2017

A moving multi award winning theatre production sharing stories of the stolen generation is coming to the Phee Broadway Theatre this month.

The production, Hart, weaves together the testimonials of four Western Australian Noongar men spanning three generations.

Noongar man, writer and performer Ian Michael said the play has been a process of healing for himself and for audiences.

“The show acknowledges the injustices of the past and current injustices that we as Aboriginal people face. However, it also brings a sense of hope for future generations,” he said.

Hart has toured throughout Australia and New Zealand, to great acclaim.

The Age said, “A brave and quietly devastating performance… Moving theatre that handles some emotionally harrowing material with dignity and grace.”

Arts Hub said, “In simple prose, it tracks the doleful story of dispossession…. [but] the play itself is warm, big-hearted and often very funny.”

With Reconciliation Week commemorated earlier this month, be sure to come along and hear the important silenced stories of our nation’s history.

Event details

What: Hart
When: 7.30pm, Saturday 17 June
Where: Phee Broadway Theatre, Mechanics Lane, Castlemaine
Cost: $25 / $20 concession

Doors and bar open from 7.00pm.

Tickets are available at the door prior to the show, at the Castlemaine Visitor Information Centre in the Market Building in Mostyn Street, over the phone on 5471 1795, or online at www.pheebroadwaytheatre.com.au.

Photo caption: Stories of the stolen generation are brought to life in Hart (Photo credit: Gabi Briggs).

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