By Donna Abela
22 - 25 April 2020
Sisters-in-law Margie and Cath haven’t seen each other in years. Now coming together again for the Mackenzie Clan festival, they both begin to recall their marriages to two troubled and violent brothers, their bond that sustained them, and their friend Stella who inspired them.
From award-winning playwright Donna Abela (Jump for Jordan) this story is sobering, heartwarming and fiercely truthful.
A story made by women, about women, for everyone. Come and see how Stella started it.
Presented by Green Door Theatre Company
Image: Jasmin Simmons
Playwright Donna Abela
Director Sophie Kelly
Producer Leila Enright
With Zoe Carides and Deborah Galanos
A keyhole reading of Stella Started It took place at kxt’s Storytellers Festival 2019.
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