Bran Nue Dae by Aboriginal writer Jimmy Chi

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The Community Theatre play Bran Nue Dae, into which Asian-aboriginal writer/composer/director Jimmy Chi incorporated his own life experiences of relationships, drugs and the law, abused indigenous land rights, self discovery and religion, achieved it's goal to express the message of aboriginal perspective of everyday social issues. This successful and effective production satisfies the goals of community theatre, giving the aboriginal people a voice through theatre and song, thus fulfilling Chi's purpose for expressing …

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…of the Australian community, an aboriginal perspective is portrayed to illustrate the common human values and a common voice and relationship held within each Australian despite his or her race. Bran Nue Dae has inspired, challenged and delighted audiences all over Australia and played a significant role in the development and direction of contemporary Indigenous performance as well as successfully achieve goals of Community Theatre and presenting Jimmy Chiís message of common human values.