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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Reimagining The Drover's Wife : Leah Purcell Weaves Indigenous Australia into Classic Tale
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'In the rehearsal room at Sydney’s Belvoir Street Theatre, Goa-Gunggari-Wakka Wakka Murri actor and writer Leah Purcell shows me a beautiful brown leather carved satchel-purse that her father made her. Growing up, she wasn’t allowed to acknowledge him as her dad. ...'

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  • Includes screenshot of Leah Purcell who plays the wife in a reworked version of Henry Lawson's The Drover's Wife.

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