National Theatre of Parramatta continued to celebrate its inaugural season last night with the Opening Night of Stolen by Jane Harrison, directed by Vicki Van Hout. An auspicious day, yesterday also marked the final day of National Reconciliation Week 2016 and Mabo Day.
It was incredible to see these important stories told with such grace and beauty by the wonderful cast, led by the talented Vicki Van Hout and team of creatives. We would like to thank and acknowledge the community elders who presented on the night and Kerrie Kenton for her Welcome To Country.
Check out some of the lovely snapshots from last night below.
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