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Made By Many Hands

Lethal Indifference by Anna Barnes
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The tale of a young woman’s growing awareness; a meditation on society’s complicity in domestic violence; and a captivating, finally tragic, story of another woman’s fight to survive.

17 February to 10 March
Daily
(02) 9250 1777
Wharf 1 Theatre
Sydney Theatre Company
Pier 4, Hickson Road,
Walsh Bay, NSW, 2000
www.sydneytheatre.com.au

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

Lethal Indifference is a play about many things at once: the tale of a young woman’s growing awareness; a meditation on society’s complicity in domestic violence; and a captivating, finally tragic, story of another woman’s fight to survive.

A young writer in Melbourne’s inner suburbs quits her day job in a clothing store to find something new, something with a stronger sense of purpose. She lands a role in public relations for a family violence legal service. It’s the kind of job that can completely change the way you see the world – and it will.