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Kangaroo Stew

Where: The Blue Room Theatre, 53 James Street, Northbridge, Western Australia

Restrictions: 15+

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  • Full Price: $30.00
  • Concession: $25.00
  • Groups 6+: $25.00
  • Buy Tickets – 08 9227 7005
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Listed by: hellokangaroostew

Culture, money and power.

‘You gonna sell your soul for a fist full of diamonds?’

First Nations heritage, a family curse and ghosts at the dinner table. David’s been keeping a safe distance from all these things but now work is calling him home. To make things worse, he’s approving a new mine site, on his own Sacred Ground. This is all a secret from the rest of his family, who think he’s come home for the anniversary of his Dad’s death.

Kangaroo Stew will give you an insight into the life of a modern Aboriginal family. There will be love, punch ups, Creedence Clearwater Revival (Uncle Foggerty!) and of course, the spirits of ancestors past.

Written by Wonguktha/Yamatji/Murri writer Zac James (Ice Land: A Hip H’Opera), this is a story about family and love, grief and Culture, Native Title and the ghosts of our relatives. This is Kangaroo Stew!

Image by Duncan Wright.

Warnings: Violence and coarse language.

Director: Bruce Denny
Writer & Actor, Zac James
Cast Maitland Schnaars, Rayma Morrison, CJ Hampson and Micah Kickett

Producer: Emmanuelle Dodo-Balu
Stage Manager: Helah Milroy
Lighting Designer: Peter Young
Publicist: Kaitlyn Elsegood

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