HART by She Said Theatre

“I was always like, like a magnet with my Dad, like everywhere he went I was right next to him... He
never got rid of me...”


Throughout Australia’s history, an unknown number of Indigenous children have been forcibly
removed from their families. Parents driven mad, grandparents heartbroken, siblings torn apart,
language lost, culture stripped away.


Using testimonials from the Stolen Generations, Melbourne Fringe and Adelaide Fringe awardwinner
and Noongar man Ian Michael invites you to listen in on the silenced stories of this country.


“A brave and quietly devastating performance… Moving theatre that handles some emotionally
harrowing material with dignity and grace.” Cameron Woodhead, The Age

"Deeply moving, simply and powerfully told.” Richard Watts, critic for Triple R Smart Arts

HART is a one-man verbatim theatre piece about the lived experiences of Stolen Generations survivors and the ongoing effects experienced by Indigenous Australians.

15th Mar 2017 to 17th Jun 2017

She Said Theatre
Duration: 50 minutes no interval
Artform: Theatre
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Date Venue Location More info
15th Mar 2017 Monash Univerity, Clayton Drama Theatre Wellington Road, Clayton, 3800
17th Mar 2017 Ararat Performing Arts Centre Barkly Street, Ararat, 3377
26th May 2017 HotHouse Theatre Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, 3690
27th May 2017 HotHouse Theatre Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, 3690
30th May 2017 HotHouse Theatre Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, 3690
31st May 2017 HotHouse Theatre Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, 3690
1st Jun 2017 HotHouse Theatre Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, 3690
2nd Jun 2017 HotHouse Theatre Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, 3690
3rd Jun 2017 HotHouse Theatre Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, 3690
14th Jun 2017 Stratford Courthouse 66 Princes Highway, Stratford, 3862
16th Jun 2017 The Engine Room View Street, Bendigo
17th Jun 2017 Phee Broadway Theatre Mechanics Lane, Castlemaine, 3450