'Currah, the sensitive, defiant, and once molested indigenous [sic] girl, is now a literary sensation. But Currah isn’t what she appears as race, politics and identity collide in this vicious contemporary satire on the peddling of abuse culture. Hilarious, provocative and troubling, this is incisive theatre at its finest.' Source: www.nationalplayfestival.org.au/ (Sighted 10/06/2011).
First play reading at the National Play Festival, 15 March 2011 at Rafferty’s Theatre, Riverside Theatres Parramatta.
First production by La Boite Theatre Company, in association with Griffin Theatre Company, at the Roundhouse Theatre, Brisbane, 5 May 2012.
Produced by the Griffin Theatre Company, 20 July - 1 September 2012.
Director: Lee Lewis.
Dramaturg: Tahli Corin.
Designer: Renée Mulder.
Design Assistant: Melita Lee Yuen.
Lighting Designer: Jason Glenwright.
Music, Sound & AV Designer: Steve Toulmin.
Cast: Charles Allen, Glenn Hazeldine, Sally McKenzie, and Shari Sebbens.