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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Be Careful What You Wish For : The Moral Lessons of the Contemporary Dreaming Play Skylab
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'Melodie Reynolds-Diarra’s Skylab, a Yirra Yaakin and Black Swan coproduction staged in the Studio Underground at the State Theatre Centre, opens to the strummed chords of David Bowie’s 1972 hit Starman. This is a fitting entry into a play that deals with the belief that some outside source will provide the answers to our problems, and that our dreams may come true, if we only wish hard enough.'  (Introduction)

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  • Skylab Melodie Reynolds-Diarra , 2015 single work drama
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