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Australia’s most popular playwright explores community conferencing—a process which brings together the victims and the perpetrators of a crime in an attempt at some kind of reconciliation.
Face to Face
When Glen comes face to face with the employee
who rammed his Mercedes, he must acknowledge some responsibility for a
series of incidents which helped provoke the crime.
community conferencing. It revolves around the confrontation between
the family of a rapist and murderer and the family of his victim.
Focuses on the pressures and contradictions that erupt as
workplace values change.
Cast : Face to Face - 4M, 4F ; A Conversation - 2M, 6F ; Charitable Intent - 2M, 6F
Currency Press | 978-0-86819-657-2 | Sales rights: worldwide | PB
David Williamson’s first full-length play,
The Coming of Stork, premiered at Melbourne's La Mama Theatre in 1970. He went on to pen over thirty plays and become Australia’s most successful playwright. His plays have been produced throughout Australia and internationally. A number of his stage works have been adapted for the screen, including
The Removalists, Don’s Party, The Club, Travelling North, Emerald City, Sanctuary and
He won AFI screenplay awards for
Petersen, Don’s Party, Gallipoli and
Travelling North. He has also won eleven AWGIE Awards.
He lives on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
For a rich guide to understanding more about the work of David Williamson visit the 'What I wrote' series website where you can download Teacher's Notes, watch a trailer for the DVD and read information on the authors.
By David Williamson, from Currency Press - see all