Stories of migration, male impersonation, euthanasia and Australian Football League. Unsung Heroes, is a collection of six tour-de-force performances that celebrate everyday Western Australians who have done extraordinary things. Book to attend a program of three works on alternate nights:
Program 1 "Own Way" by Barbara Hostalek - She’s strong, she’s smart, she has a wicked sense of humour. Her story of survival has changed the law. "The Perfect Boy" by Gita Bezard - From the stages of Subiaco to international acclaim, Effie Fellows. "The unremarkable and ordinary life of Carmela Caterina Tassone (nee Panaia)" by Chris Isaacs - Carmela Caterina Tassone is a woman that places aren’t named after. This is the story of her nondescript existence.
Program 2 "Lesson in the Art of Butterfly" by Hellie Turner - A courageous doctor risks all, to shine a light on the right to choose. "Song in the Key of Trust" by Mararo Wangai - A renowned musician follows his passion for song to a country far from the land of his birth. "Unmarked, or the Life-Changing Magic of (Almost) Losing Grand Finals" by Will O'Mahony - Alone in the goal square. About to seal the premiership. What could go wrong?