Hart | BREC


“I was always like, like a magnet with my Dad, like everywhere he went I was right next to him… He never got rid of me…”

She Said Theatre present HART, a one-man verbatim theatre piece about the lived experiences of Stolen Generations survivors and the ongoing effects experienced by Indigenous Australians.

Using testimonials from the Stolen Generations, Melbourne Fringe and Adelaide Fringe award- winner and Noongar man Ian Michael, invites you to listen to the silenced stories of his country.

Throughout Australia’s history, an unknown number of Indigenous children have been forcibly removed from their families. Parents driven mad, grandparents heartbroken, siblings torn apart, language lost, and culture stripped away.

Winner of Best Emerging Artist (Adelaide Fringe 2016)
Winner of Best Emerging Indigenous Artist (Melbourne Fringe 2015)
Winner of SA Tour Ready Award (Melbourne Fringe 2015)
Winner of Tiki Tour Ready Award (Melbourne Fringe 2015)

 Warnings: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander audiences are warned that this production contains images of deceased persons.

“We gained a deeper understanding of Aboriginal culture and the struggle of not being enough of one culture to be classified as either white or black”

Keely and Bonnie Aged 11


BREC will welcome She Said Theatre to Bunbury as part of the centre’s Professional Residency Programme.

The professional residency programme will provide opportunities for the community to participate in workshops hosted by She Said Theatre in May 2018.  So stay tuned! More details about the workshops will be announced soon.

To register your interest please contact our education team.

  BREC Education Team