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The Wall Project single work   drama   - Five scenes.
Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 The Wall Project
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A collaborative writing project looking at the idea of a wall and its metaphors. 'Ellis uses the Middle East as a setting, in a scene where a boy has a bomb strapped to his body, in what Bendall says is a snapshot of community reaction to a wall appearing in the middle of a zoo. Wright deals with convicts being transported to Botany Bay while O'Neill examines the global sex trade in a thriller setting, with questions about the divide between the first and third worlds....Her script examines the plight of an East European sex slave, inspired by a story she heard while a drama student in London 20 years ago.' 'Tearing Down the Walls', The Age, 31 May 2005.

Production Details

  • Performed by the Theatre@Risk Company in Melbourne, June 2005.

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  • Middle East, Asia,
  • Eastern Europe, Europe,
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