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By Michael Gray Griffith

A play about suicide that needs to be seen


“Is it only last week Australian of the Year Grace Tame told us, “History, lived experience, the whole truth, unsanitised and unedited, is our greatest learning resource. It is what informs social and structural change”? Marooned is a play that fulfils this urgent purpose, using communal story-telling, aka theatre, to confront Australia’s epidemic of life-threatening despair, shame and grief. It does so with humour and compassion and honesty. It needs to be seen.


                                                                                                          ~Harriet Cunningham

                                                                                                          The Sydney Morning Herald


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