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Terence O'Connell


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Terence OConnell is well known as a director of physical and music theatre, circus, comedy, cabaret and Drama. His work has been produced throughout Australia, with a number of his productions touring nationally. O'Connell was part of the Creative Team for Ceremonies at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games and is returning to The Production Company to direct the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical classic Oklahoma! at the Victorian Arts Centre.

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Minefields and Miniskirts: Australian Women and the Vietnam War

Minefields and Miniskirts: Australian Women and the Vietnam War

Minefields and Miniskirts: Australian Women and the Vietnam War
If history is told by the victors, the story of war is usually told by the blokes. Now it's the sheilas' turn. Nearly a thousand Australian women had a part in the Vietnam War as entertainers, typists, consular staff and army nurses. The one thing they have in common is that their lives were changed forever by Vietnam. For many of them it was the most vital and alive they have ever felt.

Minefields And Miniskirts records the voices of those who were Actually there; ordinary woman revealing how they survived A war And discovered what they believed in. Adapted from Siobhan McHugh's book, this play reveals through A collage of true stories, the extraordinary experiences of ordinary women in surviving A war.

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Curency Press   978-0868197623


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