The Yellow Wave

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Kenneth Mackay s 19th century classic Australian novel comes to vivid life on the stage, in an epic saga of love, heroism and sacrifice. The Yellow Wave is a prescient tale of war, passion and boat arrivals.

Soldier of fortune Philip Orloff and salt-of-the-earth Dick Hatten vie for the hand of stoic heroine Heather Cameron against a backdrop of invasion by a pair of Russian rail barons leading a Mongol force into the heart of Queensland.

Armed with sharp humour, this play explores immigration, gender, racial stereotyping, equality and notions of what is other or alien . The Yellow Wave is an invasion like no other.

PublisherCurency Press Pty Ltd.
CategoryFull Length Play
AuthorJane Miller
Music Byn/a
Adapted ByKenneth Mackay
Based Onn/a
Royalty Playn/a
Sale Price$34.95 (excl. GST and postage)
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