An Indigenous everywoman show about grief and reconciliation.
Equal parts funny and sorrowful, The 7 Stages of Grieving is as politically relevant and culturally profound as it was when penned twenty years ago by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman.
Comprised of seven tales addressing different aspects of grief, the stories range from tragedy to jubilance in a new telling of true and personal stories.. Skilfully updated to reflect the contemporary political climate and the changing attitudes of Australian people.
The 7 Stages of Grieving keeps the conversation going, inviting reflection on the issues that both separate and unite Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
“This is a play that is utterly delightful in language, performance, and significance.”
– Eric Scott, Absolute Theatre
The Memo, Healesville
WED 10 MAY - 11AM & 7.30PM
*please note: tickets are almost sold out for the matinee session, there are still good group booking seats available for the evening session