HEADHUNTER is the story of two Indigenous young people, Gina and Rick, who are in a car and on the road. Since Grandma passed away they have a few things to sort out and a couple of secrets they are not willing to share. A lot can happen when you’re in the middle of an adventure and the boot of the car becomes heavier and heavier, threatening to spill their secrets onto the tarmac.
Naturally with all good road trips, the physical journey is only as important as the emotional and spiritual journey that these two cousins share with each other, learning to grieve the loss of their grandmother, but also learning to celebrate her life, and their culture. Through the magic of puppetry, HEADHUNTER brings an Indigenous story to life. With a funky set and urban music, this play is the ultimate road trip.
Director Sue Giles
Performers Megan Cameron, Leroy Parsons & Melodie Reynolds
Production Manager Kylie Wood
Stage Manager Jacob Boehme
3 to 7 July 2006 – NAIDOC Week Victorian Tour
25 May to 2 June 2006 – Victorian Tour
21 September to 1 October 2005 – ArtPlay, Birrarung Marr
22 August to 2 September 2005 – Victorian Tour