STC Virtual

Battle of Waterloo

Shari Sebbens and Luke Carroll perform a scene from Battle of Waterloo

Witness Richard Wherrett Fellow Shari Sebbens and STC favourite Luke Carroll, most recently with us in Black is the New White and The Torrents, perform a moving scene from Kylie Coolwell extraordinary 2015 debut play – a truly Sydney story – Battle of Waterloo. Set in housing commission blocks in Sydney’s Inner South, this utterly human piece of drama was developed through STC’s Rough Draft Program, Playwriting Australia’s Redfern Salon Program and the 2013 Yellamundie National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Playwriting Festival.



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