Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta presents
By Jane Harrison
“Van Hout’s production is expansive, earthy, and generous.” – Time Out
Directed by Vicki Van Hout, a fresh interpretation of this tender and moving classic revisits Jane Harrison’s important historical text about five individuals from The Stolen Generations in the context of Australia today.
Featuring themes of loss and love together with the poignancy of the characters struggling to make sense of their world, Stolen will resonate with you for a long time.
Please Note: This production contains coarse language, loud noises and adult themes.
Dates & Times:
Tuesday 29 May at 11am
Wednesday 30 May at 10am & 1pm
Thursday 31 May at 11am & 6:30pm (Auslan Interpreted Performance)
Friday 1 June at 11am & 7:30pm
GENERAL PUBLIC SHOWS
Wednesday 30 May at 1pm
Thursday 31 May at 6:30pm (Auslan Interpreted Performance)
Friday 1 June at 7:30pm
This production will also be touring to Orange, Griffith, Cessnock, Tamworth and Byron Bay and is supported by Create NSW.
Photo by Amanda James
Vicki Van Hout
Suitable for Years 10 – 12
FROM THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR
This hugely successful and thought-provoking production of Stolen is back at its home in Parramatta before heading off on a regional tour. Vicki Van Hout is a director that isn’t afraid to push the envelope and her production is a breath of fresh air. This adaptation deals with The Stolen Generations in a real and human way and is perfect for students in Aboriginal Studies and other humanities courses as a study on the human impact of this dark part of Australia’s history, as well as for HSC Drama students.
Download the Curriculum Links here: Stolen Curriculum Links
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