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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 A Tasmanian Requiem Is a Musical Reckoning, and a Pathway to Reconciliation
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'On December 26, 1847, a small group of Aboriginal people sat in the Lieutenant-Governor’s box at Hobart’s Theatre Royal watching a new pantomime. A local newspaper reported how “the natives … seemed gratified at their first public introduction to society in a place of amusement”. The Aboriginal spectators commanded as much, if not more, public attention than the performance itself.'  (Introduction)

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  • A Tasmanian Requiem Greg Lehman , Jim Everett , Frances Butler , 2018 single work musical theatre
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