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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Something Like Lost, Something Like Found [and] I'll Show You Yours
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* Contents derived from the Brisbane, Queensland,: Playlab , 2010 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Something Like Lost, Something Like Found, David Brown , 2009 single work drama

'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)

(p. 5-82)
I’ll Show You Yours, Finegan Kruckemeyer , 2004 single work drama

'I'll Show You Yours is a funny and truthful depiction of nine teenagers who want to love and be loved. It's the ifs and maybes and never agains of being a boy who likes a girl, or a girl who likes a boy, or a combination of these things. There's a party in it. And a fight. And some kissing. But those bitgs are easy - the hard part is finding the right words to make a girl see how perfect you are together, or recording the right mix tape to make a boy love you for the rest of Year Ten.

Finegan Kruckemeyer's inventive script rejects clichés and reminds us what it's really like to be young, confused, and in love. Originally developed with young people and selected for the 2004 Adelaide Fringe Festival, as part of the YEP Program, touring high schools.' (Publisher's blurb)

(p. 83-110)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Brisbane, Queensland,: Playlab , 2010 .
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      Extent: 110p.
      Description: ports.
      Note/s:
      • Includes Playwright's Notes and First Performance details.
      ISBN: 9781921390036
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