First performed at the Beckett Theatre, CUB Malthouse during Playbox's Blak Inside season from 27 February - 7 March 2002.
Return season presented by The Department of Justice and The Playbox, La Mama and Ilbijerri Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Theatre Co-operative production to coincide with Reconciliation Week 27 - 31 May 2002.
Both productions directed by Richard Franklin
Sydney season from 31 July - 31 August 2003 at Belvoir St. Theatre, Surry Hills. Directed by Wesley Enoch
Performed at the United Nations in New York by Aaron Pedersen on 18 May 2004.
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