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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Clinchfield
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Clinchfield tells the bizarre but true story of the 1916 hanging in a small town in America's south of 'Murderous Mary', a circus elephant that killed its trainer, to explore issues of justice, retribution, racism and values in society. In doing so, the play also resonates with a contemporary world tackling intractable issues like terrorism. [Source: Stage Whispers, a guide to theatre in Australia and New Zealand (via link here).]

Production Details

  • Performed 16-22 March, 2012 at Roundhouse Theatre, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts , Edith Cowen University, Mount Lawley Campus, WA. Directed by Andrew Lewis.

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