Central Coast News
Wyong the First to see Heart is a Wasteland after Cancellation of Melbourne’s Rising Festival
“We feel privileged to open this piece to audiences and host its respected director, Rachael Maza and ILBIJERRI Theatre Company here on the coast” said Executive Director Anne-Marie Heath.
Heart is a Wasteland is a roadtrip romance set over a few nights through the middle of Australia’s enthralling landscape. Its universal love story makes it relatable; its beautifully arresting lyrics and live music makes it accessible; and its First Nations voice makes it necessary.
This whisky-fuelled story of love lost, love gained, and our shared yearning to do better with our lives plays for one night Wednesday 21st July.
“a testament to the healing power of falling in love… a delightful romantic comedy grounded in a rich contemporary Indigenous context.” StageWhispers
Written by John Harvey. A RISING Co-presentation. Supported by Sidney Myer Fund. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
The Art House Presents
Heart is a Wasteland
ILBIJERRI Theatre Company
Wednesday 21st July 2021
The Art House, 19 Margaret Street, Wyong
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