Javeenbah Theatre presents Minefields and miniskirts
Javeenbah Theatre presents Minefields and miniskirts

Javeenbah Theatre presents Minefields & Miniskirts

 MINEFIELDS & Miniskirts presents a completely different look at the Vietnam War reveals through a collage of true stories, the extraordinary experiences of 5 ordinary women in surviving a war. The play is directed by Gaye Gay and written by Terence O’Connell from the original book by Siobhan McHugh. The history of war is usually told by blokes, now it is the sheila’s turn. A collection of stories, memories and songs from the women who were there and were affected by the Vietnam War    

Players

Naomi Thompson – Journalist

Gillian Crow – Wife of a returned Vet

Kate Armon - Entertainer

Becki Bradley – Social Worker

Kaela Gray – Nurse  

Productions are on Friday April 8 and Saturday April 9 at 8pm, Sunday April 10 at 2 pm, Thursday April 14 to Saturday April 16 at 8pm. 

The theatre is located on the corner Stevens & Ferry Streets Nerang. Free off road parking outside the theatre. 

All tickets $22 per person (usually $25 + booking fee)

Phone Doreen 0403 810 940 or e-mail me taurus28@optusnet.com.au 

 


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