Katie Beckett’s Which Way Home is like a re-animated photo album (Time Out Sydney)

imageIn August last year, The Australian ran a cartoon by Bill Leak that represented a sickeningly dominant cultural narrative about Indigenous fathers as drunk, neglectful, and dismissive.

There was public outcry after the cartoon was published, but Leak’s central conceit still made it into a national newspaper and was roundly defended by its creator and the publisher. Australia can be damningly, casually racist, particularly when its white population is allowed to speak – with authority – for other cultures.

All the more reason to get along to Which Way Home, Katie Beckett’s 2016 father-daughter road-trip play, having its Sydney premiere at Belvoir for Sydney FestivalREAD MORE

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