Cold light / adapted by Alana Valentine ; based on the novel by Frank Moorhouse.Series: Current theatre seriesPublisher: Strawberry Hills, NSW : Currency Press Pty Ltd, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 92 pages : portraits ; 21 cmContent type:
- still image
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"Published in association with The Street Theatre, Canberra."--verso title page.
Signed by the author.
Cold Light was first produced by the The Street at The Street Theatre, Canbarra, no. 4 March 2017.
Here comes Edith Campbell Berry, fresh from International acclaim at the League of Nations, handsome British diplomatic husband in tow. Look out 1950's Canberra, she is on her way to the top. Or is she? The League was after all a failure, and hubby dear is a secret cross dresser and her long lost brother is a Communist agitator watched by a fledgling ASIO. Maybe those dreams of renewed diplomatic honour might take longer than she thinks to materialize. A lot longer. And so to be 'acceptable' she consults the Book of Crossroads, bungles her inner life, remarries badly, and compromises her career options. Delicious drama, involving life choices, and a celebration of the beauty of a life lived with passion and determination.