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Made By Many Hands

Blackie Blackie Brown: The Traditional Owner of Death by Nakkiah Lui
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Two actors, countless murders, heart-pumping animations and a brand new Aboriginal superhero.

12 May to 30 June
(02) 9250 1777
Wharf 2 Theatre
Sydney Theatre Company
Pier 4, Hickson Road,
Walsh Bay, NSW, 2000

Saturday evening $60
Adult $60
Seniors cardholder $60
Concession $60
Under 30 $54
Preview $54
Group bookings (10+ people) $51

Somewhere in the Australian bush, mild-mannered archaeologist Dr Jacqueline Brown is conducting a survey on a site intended for the new factory of a shadowy corporation. She’s under pressure to provide the all-clear, but when her dig uncovers a mass grave, she picks up a skull and is immediately over-powered by the spirit of her Aboriginal great-great grandmother. Blackie Blackie Brown, cold-blooded vigilante, is born.

In a no-holds-barred gore-fest, she’s going to kill all the descendants of the men who massacred her ancestors. White people, watch out. You could be one of them. Paying homage to blaxploitation movies, Blackie Blackie Brown features the work of Barkindji, Birri-Gubba illustrator Emily Johnson and animations by visual effects whiz-kids Oh Yeah Wow.