Three women meet around a fire, recasting colonisation as a Gothic revenge drama to great hilarity, but personal traumas steadily undermine the fervour of their revisionism.
Somewhere in a fictional post-colonial Tasmania, three women – an unlikely trio – are thrown together by chance. To pass the time (and forget the cold), they recast the colonisation of Tasmania as a Gothic revenge drama. There’s comedy, a play-within-a-play and, as their connection to each other strengthens, revelations …
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Dylan Van Den Berg is a Palawa writer, living on Ngunnawal Country. His plays include, Whitefella Yella Tree (Griffin Theatre Company, 2022), Ngadjung (Belco Arts, 2022), Struthers (NIDA, 2022), Milk (The Street Theatre, 2021) Way Back When (Next-in-Line: Darlinghurst Theatre Company, 2020), and The Camel (Fringe... View Dylan Van Den Berg's Bio
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