Shari Sebbens performing The 7 Stages of Grieving
Our Richard Wherrett Fellow Shari Sebbens is back with another excerpt from one of Australia’s great Indigenous plays. Here she performs a monologue from The 7 Stages of Grieving by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman. This year marks the 25th anniversary of this groundbreaking work and it’s a wonderful reflection on resilience, kinship and autonomy, tracing the history of Indigenous Australia since colonisation. Our Associate Director Paige Rattray directs Shari in this short piece ‘Plea’.
More STC Virtual videos featuring Shari Sebbens
Shari Sebbens and Luke Carroll perform a scene from Battle of Waterloo
Shari Sebbens, Guy Simon and Megan Wilding perform A Little Piece of Ash by Megan Wilding
Shari Sebbens performs Black Medea
Shari Sebbens and Ash Flanders perform a scene from Blackie Blackie Brown
Shari Sebbens performs an excerpt from Stolen
Shari Sebbens performs a scene from Black is the New White
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