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y separately published work icon Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play single work   musical theatre   humour   - One act
Is part of Penguin Australian Drama series - publisher
Issue Details: First known date: 1974... 1974 Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play
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Units Teaching this Work

Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play Jack Hibberd , (Manuscript version)x401376 Z1133391 1974 single work musical theatre humour (taught in 6 units)

Playfully vulgar, bawdy and boisterous, Dimboola plays out the wedding reception from hell, with the audience actively playing the roles of the guests. A celebration as much as a satire, the play joyously takes a familiar ritual and turns it uproariously on its head.

Source: Currency Press

(http://www.currency.com.au/search.aspx?type=author&author=Jack+Hibberd)

The "Bloody Australian" on Stage Edith Cowan University 2013 (Semester 1)
y separately published work icon Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play Jack Hibberd , (Manuscript version)x401376 Z1133391 1974 single work musical theatre humour (taught in 6 units)

Playfully vulgar, bawdy and boisterous, Dimboola plays out the wedding reception from hell, with the audience actively playing the roles of the guests. A celebration as much as a satire, the play joyously takes a familiar ritual and turns it uproariously on its head.

Source: Currency Press

(http://www.currency.com.au/search.aspx?type=author&author=Jack+Hibberd)

Australian Drama Edith Cowan University 2009
y separately published work icon Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play Jack Hibberd , (Manuscript version)x401376 Z1133391 1974 single work musical theatre humour (taught in 6 units)

Playfully vulgar, bawdy and boisterous, Dimboola plays out the wedding reception from hell, with the audience actively playing the roles of the guests. A celebration as much as a satire, the play joyously takes a familiar ritual and turns it uproariously on its head.

Source: Currency Press

(http://www.currency.com.au/search.aspx?type=author&author=Jack+Hibberd)

The Bloody Australian on Stage Edith Cowan University 2010
y separately published work icon Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play Jack Hibberd , (Manuscript version)x401376 Z1133391 1974 single work musical theatre humour (taught in 6 units)

Playfully vulgar, bawdy and boisterous, Dimboola plays out the wedding reception from hell, with the audience actively playing the roles of the guests. A celebration as much as a satire, the play joyously takes a familiar ritual and turns it uproariously on its head.

Source: Currency Press

(http://www.currency.com.au/search.aspx?type=author&author=Jack+Hibberd)

The Bloody Australian on Stage Edith Cowan University 2011
y separately published work icon Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play Jack Hibberd , (Manuscript version)x401376 Z1133391 1974 single work musical theatre humour (taught in 6 units)

Playfully vulgar, bawdy and boisterous, Dimboola plays out the wedding reception from hell, with the audience actively playing the roles of the guests. A celebration as much as a satire, the play joyously takes a familiar ritual and turns it uproariously on its head.

Source: Currency Press

(http://www.currency.com.au/search.aspx?type=author&author=Jack+Hibberd)

The "Bloody Australian" on Stage Edith Cowan University 2014
y separately published work icon Dimboola : A Wedding Reception Play Jack Hibberd , (Manuscript version)x401376 Z1133391 1974 single work musical theatre humour (taught in 6 units)

Playfully vulgar, bawdy and boisterous, Dimboola plays out the wedding reception from hell, with the audience actively playing the roles of the guests. A celebration as much as a satire, the play joyously takes a familiar ritual and turns it uproariously on its head.

Source: Currency Press

(http://www.currency.com.au/search.aspx?type=author&author=Jack+Hibberd)

The Bloody Australian on Stage Edith Cowan University 2012
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