On 13 January, 2013 the Warrumbungles National Park burned. Fifteen thousand hectares of forest were obliterated in an afternoon. The loss of animal life and habitat was devastating.
Fire gives voice to those silenced by the flames. It rejoices in their lives, honours their passing and urges us to take decisive action before Australia’s flora and fauna are gone forever; a message that has only grown in its relevance.
Performed by Year 9 and 10 students
Directed by Kalika Duck
Costume Design by Jay Waugh
Lighting Design by Tess Reuvers
$25 Adult $20 Concession