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Note: Glad Tomorrow was workshopped & produced to tell the stories of indigenous students boarding in Brisbane.
Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Glad Tomorrow
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'It is the story of three indigenous students who have come from communities in Queensland to study at a boarding school in the city.'

'It’s nine o’clock on the last day of first term, and students are preparing to fly back home the next morning.'

'Emily feels great pressure to succeed and make a better future for her community. Her cousin Jonty sure can run fast, but not in the direction everyone seems to want for him. And Ned is still trying to keep his promise to not get too homesick.'

'For some, three o’clock can’t come soon enough.' (Source: TheLoop website)

Production Details

  • Performed at the Brisbane Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane, Australia on 13-15 June 2013.

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