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Darwin, 1942. A town collapses under the threat of
invasion. Mothers and daughters, sisters, friends, and entire cultures are torn
apart by the secrets that start to fall. Is Mr Takahashi to blame?
Japan unleashes a wave of attacks on Northern Australia,
and Darwin is hit with more bombs than Pearl Harbour.
Mr Takahashi turns
the lens upon ordinary people caught in the storm that was World War II. It
tells the stories of Darwin’s multicultural and Indigenous women whose lives
were forever changed by the bombings of February 19.
Something’s wrong – the air is shifting.
It’s waiting …
Waiting for the tardy storms.
You could cut the humidity
with the sword of a Samurai.
Where is the Imperial Army?
Cast : 11F + chorus
Currency Press | 978-1-76062-008-0 | Sales rights: worldwide, except Aust/NZ | PB
SANDRA THIBODEAUX is a poet and
playwright based in Darwin. She has written over a dozen plays that have been
produced in Darwin, Indonesia, and elsewhere in Australia. Her political
won the Darwin Festival
Script Award in 2012, and was produced at Brown’s Mart Theatre, Darwin. Sandra
has published four collections of poetry and is currently
Age of Bones (Jaman Belulang).
was shortlisted for the Patrick
White Playwrights’ Award