WAAPA Aboriginal Theatre students shine in Killer Kane
Friday, 29 October 2010
WAAPA Aboriginal Theatre students are proud to present the premiere of Killer Kane, a remarkable piece of theatre that tells the story of two brothers, set against each other over interests of family, country and native title.
Set in a modern day remote Aboriginal community in Australia’s north-west, the play offers an insightful look into community life, and provides firsthand insight into the issues of Indigenous culture and society.
Directed by David Milroy, the play presents an intimate glimpse into the social implications of Aboriginal life when faced with hard and fast decisions over cultural sustainability and economic growth.
WAAPA presents Killer Kane
Date: Saturday, 13 to Thursday, 18 November (excluding Sunday)
Venue: Roundhouse Theatre, ECU Mount Lawley Campus.
Cost: Tickets are $22 full or $17 concession and bookings can be made through the WAAPA Box Office on 9370 6636.
For more information and to view a full list of performance information, visit the WAAPA website.