Unit 2 Drama students have collaborated on a dramatic piece that goes to the heart of what it means to be Australian.

Written and performed by the eight Drama students, the work explores ‘less obvious’ stories from Australian history such as Women’s voting rights, the Port Arthur massacre, the Adam Goodes booing controversy and the Mick Fanning shark attack, unpacking what they say about us as a nation.

Yesterday’s performance was filmed so that parts of the drama can be entered in the National Museum History Competition.

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