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HAMILTON PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE is the major venue for performing arts, functions, conferences, seminars, meetings and expos in the Southern Grampians region.

Major Sponsor: Deakin University
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BOY OUT OF THE COUNTRY - presented by Larrikin Ensemble Theatre

There’s more to land than real estate. There’s more to family than DNA!

A family property, worthless for generations is suddenly zoned as part of a regional housing estate to accommodate an ever-increasing urban sprawl. After a seven year absence Hunter returns to find his boyhood house boarded up and his mother in a retirement home and goes in search of answers. And he starts with his brother Gordon.
Boy out of the Country is a unique drama written in Australian poetic vernacular reminiscent of Banjo Paterson. It tunes into the rhythms of the country to examine relationships and uncover the landscape. It is a play where an old Australia meets a new Australia: where a country cop comes to terms with catchment areas, where a fifth bedroom is more important than a backyard, and where new technologies have the potential to uncover old family secrets.
This production features Jane Clifton, Matt Dyktynski, Amanda La Bonte, Christopher Bunworth and Martin Blum with a musical score composed and performed live by Bang Mango Cools.

Tickets: Adult $37 Conc $33 Group 6+ $31 U16 $15
MADPAC Member $31.50 Member Conc. $28
Note: Group and MADPAC member prices are only available via the Box Office - 03 5573 0429

Incuded in ticket price is a post show supper where you can meet the cast.

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Friday 20 May, 7.30pm

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Photos courtesy of Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Association, Karla Northcote,  John Kiely, Talitha Prendergast and Southern Grampians Shire Council.
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