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De Kate Greville

Résumé: William Thornhill arrives in New South Wales a convict from the slums of London. Upon earning his pardon he discovers that this new world offers something he didn’t dare to dream of: a place to call his own. But as he plants a crop and lays claim to the soil on the banks of the Hawkesbury River, he finds that this land is not his to take. Its ancient custodians are the Dharug people.

Type de série:
Théâtre: National Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Salle : Olivier Theatre
Durée : 1 semaine
Nombre :
Première Preview : jeudi 22 août 2019
Première : mardi 27 août 2019
Dernière : samedi 07 septembre 2019
Mise en scène : Neil Armfield
Chorégraphie :
Commentaires : A moving and unflinching journey into Australia’s dark history. Adapted from Kate Grenville’s acclaimed novel, this multi-award-winning production from Sydney Theatre Company tells the story of two families divided by culture and land.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Major Festivals Initiative, managed by the Australia Council its arts funding and advisory body, in association with the Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals Inc., Sydney Festival, Perth International Arts Festival and The Centenary of Canberra.
Presse : ★★★★★ A compelling historical epic
Daily Telegraph

★★★★ A sweeping saga with deep currents. Riveting
The Times

★★★★ A mammoth production that takes a small family story and projects it onto a narrative of nations
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