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Fresh from award-winning productions in Melbourne and New York, this funny, touching and totally original Australian musical gets its UK premiere at the King’s Head Theatre in a brand new production directed by Dean Bryant.
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Amy McPherson runs the family sheep station in Victoria, Australia. She's held onto the property through drought, bush fire and tumbling wool prices, determined that the McPhersons should have a legacy and a home. But when the family gathers over a scorching long weekend, Amy has to face up to the myths and lies the place has been built upon. Is she holding on or is she stuck?
“A beautiful, poignant piece. It may echo Chekhov and Sondheim but it’s thrillingly pure Oz” - Geoffrey Rush
Book and lyrics by Dean Bryant
Music by Mathew Frank
2 - 26 April
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