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Our Blood Runs in the Street

Our Blood Runs in the Street blends spoken word and physical theatre in a powerful cry of rage and an ode to human resilience.

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Our Blood Runs in the Street

Date: 21 Jan 2020

In a landmark production, Shane Anthony and his ensemble take as their starting point real interviews with real Australians affected by hate crime.

Constructed from first-hand accounts and the words of the victims’ family members, witnesses, historians, police officers, journalists and researchers, Our Blood Runs in the Street blends spoken word and physical theatre in a powerful cry of rage and an ode to human resilience.

The director of acclaimed theatre productions Anatomy of a Suicide, Songs for the Fallen and The Whale returns to the Old Fitz Theatre with this powerful work that demands a light be shone on this dark chapter in Sydney’s history.

Cassie Hamilton, Tim Walker, David Helman, Sam Plummer, Ross Walker, Eddie Orton and Andrew Fraser feature.

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