Meaning of Anzac is brought to life
One Day of the Year, which will show at the Proserpine Entertainment Centre next week, has the answer.
For war veterans like Alf Cook and his friend Wacka Dawson it’s the chance to commemorate history, celebrate heroism and conjure national pride.
For Alf’s son Hughie, Anzac Day flies the flag for a different reality, one that brings the dignity of our Diggers to its knees and into the gutter – via one too many at the pub.
Alan Seymour’s landmark Australian play returns to the stage to incite as much passion as ever.
One Day of the Year looks at our national legend through the eyes of generation, class and character.
On the 100-year anniversary of the Gallipoli landing, HIT Productions brings a thoroughly fresh take on this truly Australian classic.
One Day of the Year stars Christine Keogh (Blue Heelers, Neighbours) and Don Bridges (Fiddler on the Roof, Man from Snowy River).