Creating Frames: Contemporary Indigenous Theatre 1967-1990
Creating Framesprovides the first significant social and cultural history of Indigenous theatre across Australia. As well as using archival sources and national and independent theatre company records, much of this history is drawn from interviews with individuals who have shaped contemporary Indigenous theatre in Australia - including Bob Maza, Jack Charles, Gary Foley, Justine Saunders, Wesley Enoch, Ningali and John Harding.
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Framed by assimilation
COLLECTIVE BEGINNINGS 1972
THE CRITICS RESPONSE
A PRECEDENT 19731977
Framed by Multiculturalisms Authenticity
ON THE WAY TO A BRAN NUE DAE? 19861990
Framed by Reconciliation
Chronology of Productions and Publications
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