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A Letter for Molly by Brittanie Shipway

Britannie Shipway smiling to camera, painting a brushstroke
Where
Ensemble Theatre
Ensemble Theatre
78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli NSW 2061
When

Every day, 8:15pm to 9:15pm Monday 9 May to Saturday 4 June

Cost

Starting from: $38

Free-spirited artist Renee has a sobering revelation at a New Year’s Eve party.

With vivacious best friend Nick by her side, she now faces a life-changing decision. While reflecting on the tumultuous relationships between her mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, no-nonsense Nick is on hand to lift her spirits and keep Renee grounded.

Gumbaynggirr writer and actor Brittanie Shipway explores how the experiences of previous generations echo through time and shape the present. A LETTER FOR MOLLY is a vibrant, poignant story of reconnecting with family and looking to the future. This celebration of culture brings to light the importance of identity and the emotional power of a mother-daughter relationship.

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