The Removalists

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The Removalists - Playbox Theatre Melbourne 1972

by David Williamson

The Removalists is a play written by Australian playwright David Williamson in 1971. The main issues the play addresses are violence, specifically domestic violence, and the abuse of power and authority. The story is supposed to be a microcosm of 1970s Australian society. The play deals with a lot of issues/themes/concerns and expresses these through the 'new age theatre' that David Williamson engages his audiences through. For the first time Australians were seeing themselves on stage. Symbolically David Williamson explores Australian society through the characters, themes and concerns. For example, "The Removalist" represents the everyman who 'sits on the fence'. The use of the 'police force' is interesting too – it is a blackly humorous pun, given the force and violence that the two police characters use.

The Removalists Cast - Gordon Glenwright, Max Phipps, Janie Stewart, Sandra MacGregor, Martin Harris, Chris Haywood

Director - John Bell
Designer - Larry Eastwood
Producer - Harry M Miller

Souvenir Program Date Aug 1972 Classic Australia Cast

Size 180 x 250 mm Great Pictures from this production 

Condition: Used Fair/ Good Does have some aging on cover

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