Michael James Manaia
|Description||fortyfivedownstairs, in association with Melbourne Festival present Taki Rua's raw, humorous and unsentimental story of Michael James Manaia, written by John Broughton.
A poignant story about a man who returns from the Vietnam War struggling with his culture and history. Intergenerational tension, childhood trauma and the pain of post-wartime experience are woven into this profoundly moving piece of theatre.
It's not to be missed.
Contains strong coarse language and is recommended for mature audiences.
Quote 'Mick' to qualify for $40 tickets.
Dates: 12 - 28 October 2012
Preview: Thursday 11 October 7.30pm
Times: Tuesday - Friday 7.30pm
Saturday 4pm and 8pm
Group 8+ $40
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|About the presenter(s)||fortyfivedownstairs offers an evocative urban space for an eclectic mix of artists for theatre, visual arts, forum, music and dance events. Described by The Age as "a cultural powerhouse", this not-for-profit organisation prides itself on showcasing the emerging, the independent, the experimental and the thought-provoking.|
|Location||VIC Metro, Australia|
|Start/End Date||11 Oct 2012 to 28 Oct 2012|
|Time||Tuesday - Friday 730pm, Saturday 4pm & 8pm, Sunday 5pm|
|Cost||$45 full, $40 Group(8+), $37.5 concession, $25 Student|
|Notes||Presented by fortyfivedownstairs in association with Melbourne Festival and Taki Rua Productions|
|Contact Name||03 96629966|