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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Something Like Lost, Something Like Found
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'This insightful and thought-provoking play follows a group of young people brought together through a series of interconnected experiences, forced to deal with personal and family relationships. In doing so they learn about themselves and each other, and come to realise that it can leave you 'something like lost, something like found'.

Commissioned by Tantrum Theatre in 2009, Queensland Premier's Award winner David Brwon incorporated live video to write a play that sensitively explores issues surrounding mental health and young people.' (Publisher's blurb)

Production Details

  • First performed by Tantrum Theatre's Senior Ensemble at The Playhouse, Civic Precinct, Newcastle, 4-13 June, 2009.

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First known date: 2009
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