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This play tells the story of Ken, a white Christian do-gooder who, after a stint on an outback Aboriginal community, wants to do his bit by sharing his Brisbane house with what he perceives as "disadvantaged" Murris.
Commissioned by Brisbane's Kooemba Jdarra Theatre Company and first performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival from February 23 to Marsh 2, 2002 and then in Brisbane, at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Art, April 8 - 20, 2002.
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