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Hogs Hairs and Leeches single work   drama   - One act
Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Hogs Hairs and Leeches
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'Hogs Hairs and Leeches is eight small discrete plays which, combined, talk about growing old, regrets, memory, fears and beliefs. It examines many relationships: between mothers, grandmothers and daughters, between women who dance together at their local elderly citizens club, between grandparents and grandchildren who can no longer speak one another's language, between men who fought for good working conditions and young men who would work for nothing.' (Source: The Australian Script Centre: http://www.ozscript.org/ sighted 04/01/2007)

Production Details

  • First produced by the Darebin City Council.

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