Box the Pony - Playscript

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Box the Pony - Playscript by Scott Rankin & Leah Purcell
ISBN
9780733611919
Published
Binding
Paperback
 
Dimensions
136 x 209 x 12mm

The real-life journey of a modern aboriginal diva, Leah Purcell. Set against the mustard coloured grass and the deep blue Queensland sky, Leah tells her story of strength and hope with honesty, thoughtfulness and a wonderful sense of humour.

Growing up in an atmosphere of violence and racism, Leah is nearly trapped in a life she cannot control. But determined to break the cycle which has bound generations of women in her family, she finds the will to escape finally achieving fame on her own terms.

Commissioned for the Festival of Dreaming in 1997, this one-woman play has gone on to captivate audiences around Australia and overseas. Now the playscript is published here in its entirety, together with introductions by the authors and director's notes.
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The real-life journey of a modern aboriginal diva, Leah Purcell. Set against the mustard coloured grass and the deep blue Queensland sky, Leah tells her story of strength and hope with honesty, thoughtfulness and a wonderful sense of humour.

Growing up in an atmosphere of violence and racism, Leah is nearly trapped in a life she cannot control. But determined to break the cycle which has bound generations of women in her family, she finds the will to escape finally achieving fame on her own terms.

Commissioned for the Festival of Dreaming in 1997, this one-woman play has gone on to captivate audiences around Australia and overseas. Now the playscript is published here in its entirety, together with introductions by the authors and director's notes.
ISBN:
9780733611919
Publication Date:
01 / 09 / 1999
Dimensions:
136 x 209 x 12mm

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