National Theatre of Parramatta presents
By Jane Harrison
What happens in a world without family? What happens to a person who lives without love? A world where there is no one to keep you safe. Does our sense of family and community influence our future?
Stolen is a must see for all Australians. Insightful and moving, Stolen interweaves the stories of five children taken from their families – Ruby, Jimmy, Shirley, Sandy and Ann.
Wiradjuri director Vicki Van Hout’s critically acclaimed production is vibrant and inventive, with endearing characters and plenty of humour. Beautifully designed and skilfully performed, this is an arresting piece of theatre.
Stolen will continue to resonate long after you return to your home.
“For audiences, I hope it brings understanding that we are all part of this story, it is part of our history and our present. For the Aboriginal community members in the audience, it is my profound hope that we do your stories justice.”
Please Note: This production contains coarse language and adult themes
Riverside Theatres (Return Season)
Orange Civic Theatre Tuesday 05 June
Griffith Regional Theatre Friday 08 June
Cessnock Performing Arts Centre Tuesday 12 June
Capitol Theatre, Tamworth Thursday 14 June
Byron Theatre Saturday 16 June