Piese de Wesley Enoch

Black Medea
A poetic adaptation of Euripides’ Medea. Blending the cultures of Ancient Greek and Indigenous storytelling, Enoch weaves a commentary on contemporary Aboriginal experience.
Cue the Chorus: Still Waters
Through his writing Bovell sets up a rehearsal room that must be like the bend of the river itself. A place where black and white meet and must learn to negotiate. He could have made choices that represented the blackfellas as absent figures in the distance that say nothing ... but instead he has created a more culturally powerful script that explores black and white relations on and off the stage.’ - Wesley Enoch
he Story of the Miracles at Cookie’s Table
In the 1870's a girl is born under a tree - her birth tree - chosen to give her strength and wisdom. When the tree is cut down she follows it into the white man's world, working as a cook for the big house on the island. Her tree has become a kitchen table, one she will pass down through successive generations as a legacy - a way of carving out her family stories. Now, generations later, a young man and his mother fight for ownership of the table.
The 7 Stages of Grieving
This one-woman show follows the journey of an Aboriginal 'everywoman' as she tells poignant and humorous stories of grief and reconciliation. In an environment where Indigenous Australians battle racism, deaths in custody, a history of violence and the anguish of land, The 7 Stages of Grieving is a strong reminder of Indigenous peoples' will to survive, sense of humour and irony, and reinforces the traditional role of Indigenous Australians as storytellers.

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Wesley Enoch s-a nascut la data de 1969 in Stradbroke Island, Australia.

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