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form y separately published work icon The Drover's Wife : The Legend of Molly Johnson single work   film/TV  
Adaptation of The Drover's Wife Leah Purcell , 2016 single work drama
Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 The Drover's Wife : The Legend of Molly Johnson
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  • Funded by Screen Australia in 2017.

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Woodheaps and Chopping Blocks : Talking to Leah Purcell, Leticia Cáceres and Stephen Curtis about The Drover’s Wife Demelza Hall (interviewer), 2019 single work interview
— Appears in: Overland [Online] , October 2019;

'This interview with some of the cast and crew of Belvoir Street Theatre’s 2016 production of The Drover’s Wife – including Goa-Gunggari-Wakka Wakka Murri writer and actor, Leah Purcell, director, Leticia Cáceres, and set designer, Stephen Curtis – was conducted via a series of emails, text messages, and transcribed phone conversations during 2018 and 2019. Inspired by my ongoing conversations with Leah’s manager and partner Bain Stewart, I have chosen to present these interviews as an overlapping Q&A session in order to capture the intensely collaborative nature of the production and bring together the various processes and values that informed the adaptation of this classic Australian text.' (Introduction)

Woodheaps and Chopping Blocks : Talking to Leah Purcell, Leticia Cáceres and Stephen Curtis about The Drover’s Wife Demelza Hall (interviewer), 2019 single work interview
— Appears in: Overland [Online] , October 2019;

'This interview with some of the cast and crew of Belvoir Street Theatre’s 2016 production of The Drover’s Wife – including Goa-Gunggari-Wakka Wakka Murri writer and actor, Leah Purcell, director, Leticia Cáceres, and set designer, Stephen Curtis – was conducted via a series of emails, text messages, and transcribed phone conversations during 2018 and 2019. Inspired by my ongoing conversations with Leah’s manager and partner Bain Stewart, I have chosen to present these interviews as an overlapping Q&A session in order to capture the intensely collaborative nature of the production and bring together the various processes and values that informed the adaptation of this classic Australian text.' (Introduction)

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