WHICH WAY HOME is the story of a loving daughter and her single dad and was written as letter of sorts to her dad, who was ill, by playwright and performer Katie Beckett. It is a joyous small story within a big land: storytelling that is discrete and intimate. And with two characters who obviously love each other and have done so for all their lives together.
The tensions? Normal, family pressures. There are no huge fissures of disagreement or secrets or resentments in a story which gently reaches out to absorb and educate by touching the familial in all of us. While it is true, that being about Indigenous Australians, there is an individuality of meaning and resonance in the show, it’s a story for humankind about respect and love and place. Continue reading WHICH WAY HOME: A LOVING AND LAUGHING EXPERIENCE