Video Social satire: David Williamson's 'After the Ball'

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Imagine having your family history played out on stage for audiences to experience. That's what happened with David Williamson, whose 1997 play 'After the Ball' is based on his own childhood. However, Williamson is known for his keen-eyed depiction of Australian society. In this clip, explore the motivations behind this play and the impact it has had on Australian audiences.




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