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Flight paths / by Julian Larnach
Bib ID 7891778
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Larnach, Julian, author
 
Description Parramatta, NSW : Riverside National Theatre of Parramatta, 2018 
128 pages : portraits ; 20 cm 
ISBN 9780646985220 (paperback)
Summary

“Luisa doesn't know who she is. Tired of being a token of her skin colour, she leaves Australia for university in England hoping for a life unfettered by a complicated past not of her making. Emily knows she's changing the world. Working for an NGO in Sydney she's figured it out but when she volunteers for one of their programs on the ground in Kenya, she uncovers the unexpected. At the same time their fates are becoming irreversibly entwined with a man who has fallen from the sky. Set in the world's most prestigious university and the world's largest slum, Flight Paths is a passionate coming-of-age story exploring privilege, families, mobility, Australia's place in the world and the consequences of charity.”--Back cover.

Notes

"Flight Paths premiered on Saturday 17 March, 2018 in the Lennox Theatre at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta"--Page 2.

Includes portraits and biographies of cast and creative team from 17 March, 2018 in the Lennox Theatre at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta production.

Subjects Australian drama -- 21st century.  |  Australian
Form/genre Plays.
Other authors/contributors National Theatre of Parramatta (N.S.W.), issuing body
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