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Contemporary Australian Theatre Essay - 'Ruby Moon' & 'Stolen' Plays

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This essay portrays Australian cultural issues through contemporary Australian theatre through the use of two major plays.

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Technology Entertainment Religion Australia Indigenous Australians Stolen Generations Indigenous Australian culture Stolen Culture of Australia Jane Harrison
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Technology Entertainment Religion Australia Indigenous Australians Stolen Generations Indigenous Australian culture Stolen Culture of Australia Jane Harrison
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Australia’s cultural issues have often revolved around the controversies surrounding and mistreatment of Indigenous Australians, stemming from British colonisation or ‘invasion’ to the present day disparities concerning anything from education to lifespan. Inequality has been a big force in Australians development of culture and history. Personal concerns are vast for the characters in both plays but have a similar issue of missing or stolen children; an issue embedded in Australian history through the Stolen Generation for indigenous people as well as non indigenous, popularised by the court cases around the Beaumont children and Azaria Chamberlain. Both Ruby Moon by Mat Cameron and Stolen by Jane Harrison stage their plays uniquely through a vari...
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