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Director Neil Armfield
Artistic Associate Stephen Page
Set Designer Stephen Curtis
Costume Designer Tess Schofield
Lighting Designer Mark Howett
Composer Iain Grandage
Sound Designer Steve Francis
Cast includes Georgia Adamson, Joshua Brennan, Shaka Cook, Nathaniel Dean, Frances Djulibing, Jennifer Hagan, Ningali Lawford-Wolf, Bruce Spence and Matthew Sunderland
A Sydney Theatre Company Production. Presented by Adelaide Festival and State Theatre Company of South Australia
With thanks to the Secret River donor circle: Arts Projects Australia, Neil Armfield AO, Andrew Bovell and Eugenia Fragos, Rob Brookman AM and Verity Laughton, Carillo Gantner AO and Ziyin Gantner, Kate Grenville, Michael and Silvia Kantor, Naomi Milgrom AO, Claire Pfister, Maureen Ritchie, Kim Williams AM and Catherine Dovey
Sydney Theatre Company Commissioning Patrons: David Gonski AC and Orli Wargon OAM, Catriona and Simon Mordant AM
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government Major Festivals Initiative, managed by the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, in association with the Confederation of International Arts Festivals Inc., Sydney Festival, Perth International Arts Festival and the Centenary of Canberra.
Photos Hugh Hartshorne (1); Heidrun-Lohr (2,3)
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