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Kathryn Marquet Kathryn Marquet i(9703347 works by)
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y separately published work icon Furious Creatures 2016 9703427 2016 single work drama fantasy

'In a faraway land, remote and inhospitable, a mighty forest is disappearing. Perhaps this isn't cause for concern, except that the daughters of the nearby village are also vanishing at an alarming rate. They say the forest has claws and teeth, but who knew it was so angry? Furious Creatures is a gothic fairytale, both thought-provoking and hilarious, about fighting for our melting, vulnerable, furious world.'

Source: Queensland Theatre (http://www.queenslandtheatre.com.au/For-Artists/Opportunities/Queensland-Premiers-Drama-Award). (Sighted: 13/07/2016)

2016-2017 finalist Queensland Premier's Drama Award
y separately published work icon Pale Blue Dot Brisbane : Playlab , 2014 9703365 2014 single work drama science fiction

'Here is a captivating new comedy about aliens, alienation and the terrifying and comforting thought that we are not alone.

'Insurance fraud investigator Joel Pinkerton doesn’t believe in aliens. So when his company introduced UFO abduction insurance as a publicity stunt a few years ago, he never gave it much thought. Until now.

'When Joel is called to investigate the possible alien abduction of 16-year-old schoolgirl Storm, he finds himself drawn into intergalactic intrigue and conspiracy theories. What happened to Storm during those missing 24 hours? And how did she wake up in an empty field 200km from home? As Joel gets sucked up in the vortex, he begins to feel increasingly alienated from his wife Holly and their newborn baby girl, who is exhibiting some very odd behaviours of her own…'

Source: Publisher's blurb (Playlab Press)

2014 nominated Matilda Awards Best Mainstage Production
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