Festival Program

Performance

Staged: Carrying the World

Sat 25 Aug, 4pm
ACMI Studio 1

The best of a decade-long international poetry career is brought to the stage in a theatrical performance of Maxine Beneba Clarke’s collection Carrying The World, traversing a love–hate relationship with words and a young black girl pushing back against authority.

Recommended for mature audiences. This session contains content related to abuse, racism and sexism.

This session is $22/$19. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 20 July.

Immerse yourself in a collection of vibrant one-off theatre performances with the Staged theatre series.

Duration

1 hour

Session code

4105

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Session Artists

Maxine Beneba Clarke is the author of memoir The Hate Race, short fiction collection Foreign Soil, picture book The Patchwork Bike, and poetry collection Carrying The World. She writes for The Saturday Paper, and was the editor of Best Australian Stories 2017.

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