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Tales Tall & True  

The Chatroom / Gulpilil / The Haunting of Daniel Gartrell / Ruby's Last Dollar

Tales Tall & True $31.81 ex GST
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Gulpilil - written  with David Gulpilil
A one man show about the life of, and starring, indigenous performer, David Gulpilil. Reg spent three weeks living with David Gulpilil in Central Arnhem Land preparing for the show.

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The Haunting of Daniel Gartrell
In the tradition of Australian gothic classics like Wake in Fright... comes a comedic thriller where Edgar Allen-Poe meets Banjo Paterson.’ Australian Stage Online

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Ruby's Last Dollar
The story of a survivor, a woman who would risk everything to ensure a better life for her granddaughter, but who has only one thing left to gamble with - her precious, lucky coin.

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The Chatroom
Details a 15-year old girl’s online experiences and explores the impact of our changing world on the relationships we have and the way we connect with each other.

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Cast : Gulpilil - 1M / The Haunting of Daniel Gartrell - 2M, 1F / Ruby's Last Dollar - 4M, 3F / The Chatroom - 3M, 3F

Currency Press | 978-0-86819-895-8 | Sales rights: worldwide | PB

Author

REG CRIBB is a NIDA graduate who has performed for stage, film and television. He is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and musician. His first play, Night of the Sea Monkey, was performed at Sydney’s Old Fitzroy in 1999. His award-winning play, The Return, premiered in Sydney at Griffin in 2001 and a subsequent production at the Adelaide Fringe Festival won the 2002 Advertiser Southwark Best of Fringe Award. The play was shortlisted for Best Drama Stage Award at the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards in 2001, and Cribb adapted it for film as Last Train to Freo. Other plays include the multi-award winning  Last Cab to Darwin, and Ruby's Last Dollar both of which toured nationally; and The Chatroom which premiered in Perth.

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