The 7 stages of grieving / written by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman ; dramaturgy by Hilary Beaton.
By: Enoch, Wesley.
Contributor(s): Mailman, Deborah | Beaton, Hilary.Material type: BookPublisher: Brisbane : Playlab Press, 2002Copyright date: ©2002Edition: 3rd edition, revised.Description: 75 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0908156537 (paperback); 9780908156535 (paperback).Other title: Seven stages of grieving.Subject(s): Women, Aboriginal Australian -- Drama | Aboriginal Australians in literature | Australian drama -- 20th century | Aboriginal Australians -- Drama | Aboriginal Australians | Australian drama | Race relations | Australia -- Race relations -- Drama | AustraliaGenre/Form: Australian drama | Drama. | Australian dramaDDC classification: A822.3
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Previous edition: 1999.
Jagera Land by Neville Bonner. -- Why do we applaud by Wesley Enoch. -- A story of one's own by Hilary Beaton. -- A cultural history of Australia. -- A history of Kooemba Jdarra. -- Premiere production of The 7 stages of grieving. -- Biographies. -- Acknowledgements. -- 2002 production credits. -- A note from Wesley Enoch. -- The 7 stages of grieving. -- Song translations.
A contemporary indigenous performance text from Kooemba Jdarra Indigenous Performing Arts which gives an emotional insight into Murri life. A one woman show which follows the journey of an Aboriginal everywoman as she tells 23 poignant and humorous stories of grief and reconciliation.