Event Kin
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Venue Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville, NSW
First Date 20 May 1987
Opening Date 20 May 1987
Last Date 20 May 1987
Dates Estimated No
Status Community
World Premiere Yes
Part of a Tour Yes
Description "Kin was made to combat racism and to explore how cultural difference works in contemporary Australian society. Kin celebrates Australia's ethnic diversity as a diversity of life experiences which enlarges the the humanity of us all and looks at how ethnic and cultural differences can become a scapegoat in difficult times - providing simple answers to complex problems. Kin also shows the pain of living between two worlds, with the ache of memory and of hope, and the contradictions of transplanted cultures and at the the search for centredness - for a sense of 'home'. Kin emphasises the dynamics of culture -how Italianness. Greekness or Australianess cannot be thought of as static in the face of a modern primarily urbanised multicultural Australia."
Description Source Production Company
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Test Theatre in Education
Subjects Migrants
Multicultural
Racial discrimination
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Jim Cotter Composer
Gail Kelly Director
Tom Burvill Dramaturg
Peter Wells Musical Director
Adam Hatzimanolis Performer
Tom Lycos Performer
Jai McHenry Performer
Michele Millner Performer
Silvio Ofria Performer
Anne-Marie Wiles Performer
P. P. Cranney Playwright
Resources
Text Nationality Australia
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information This performance was presented in Hut 24.
Data Source
Source Description
Correspondence Held in Sidetrack Performance Group Archive
Sidetrack Archive Box 10
Event Identifier 74186