J Campbell, S Hamilton, Hannie Rayson, Caleb Lewis
Three plays that make a powerful statement on Australia’s relationship with the environment in the shadow of global warming. With an introduction by Chris Mead. The collection includes: They Saw A Thylacine by Justine Campbell and Sarah Hamilton; Extinction by Hannie Rayson; and The Honey Bees by Caleb Lewis.
A work such as this is particularly relevant at a time when the scientific community is crying out for us all to think harder and speak up about the preservation of biodiversity
Hannie Rayson once again affirms her place as one of Australia's finest playwrights in this thought-provoking and absorbing production.
This beautifully crafted story explores the life and history of a beekeeping household, including countless subplots, twists and turns that interwine in a tight, enthralling manner.
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HANNIE RAYSON has established a reputation for topical, complex dramas written with wit and humour. Her plays have been extensively performed around Australia and internationally.
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