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Hear the best monologues to come from Blak playwrights including Kodie Bedford, Richard Frankland, Jane Harrison, Anita Heiss, Andrea James (with Catherine Ryan), Nakkiah Lui, Maryanne Sam, Dylan Van Den Berg, Ursula Yovich (with Alana Valentine). Read by two of our finest actors.


Featuring...

Zach Blampied

Zach Blampied is a a proud Yorta Yorta & Wiradjuri man, born and raised in Melbourne. Zach is known for his deep voice, strong stature, and commanding stage presence. Zach began acting with Ilbijerri Theatre Company (2019) and was the recipient of the MTC, First Nations Scholarship the proceeding year. In the very short time…

Monica Karo

Monica Jasmine Karo, proud Gunai, Gunditjmara & Mukjarawaint, is a multifaceted performance artist living, making and Long thriving, on Naarm country. Monica is actor, singer, writer, and notable emerging playwright. Her 10-year portfolio of works and collaborations include productions with Ibijerri Theatre Company, La Mama Theatre, Melbourne Playback Theatre, Blak & Bright Festival. In 2018…

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Hear the best monologues to come from Blak playwrights including Kodie Bedford, Richard Frankland, Jane Harrison, Anita Heiss, Andrea James (with Catherine Ryan), Nakkiah Lui, Maryanne Sam, Dylan Van Den Berg, Ursula Yovich (with Alana Valentine). Read by two of our finest actors.

The Wheeler Centre: Performance Space,

176 Little Lonsdale St
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia

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