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Title: Yellow Wave
Author: Miller, Jane
Kenneth Mackays 19th century classic Australian novel comes to vivid life on the stage, in an epic saga of love, heroism and sacrifice. The Yellow Wave is a prescient tale of war, passion and boat arrivals.
Soldier of fortune Philip Orloff and salt-of-the-earth Dick Hatten vie for the hand of stoic heroine Heather Cameron against a backdrop of invasion by a pair of Russian rail barons leading a Mongol force into the heart of Queensland.
Armed with sharp humour, this play explores immigration, gender, racial stereotyping, equality and notions of what is other or alien. The Yellow Wave is an invasion like no other.
Cast : 4F, 19M, doubling possible
JANE MILLERs work has been produced both around Australia and internationally. Plays include: Perfect Stillness (Short & Sweet), The Painter (MelBorn Melbourne Writers Theatre), Happily Ever After and Motherf***er (La Mama), the R.E. Ross Trust award winning True Love Travels on a Gravel Road and Cuckoo (fortyfivedownstairs). In 2013 Jane and director Beng Oh formalized their ongoing collaboration via the establishment of their company, 15 Minutes from Anywhere. In 2014 Jane completed a Master of Writing for Performance at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Publisher: Currency Press Pty Ltd
Publication date: 01/03/2016
Publishing status: AU Dropshipping
|Dimensions||210 × 135 mm|