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Thirty years have now passed since Jack Davis’ No Sugar was first performed at the Maltings in North Perth in 1985. The play, which tells the story of Northam’s Munday-Millimurra family and their forced relocation to Moore River in the 1930s, travelled briefly. It was the Australian entry at the 1986 World Theatre Festival in Canada; it went to Melbourne’s Fitzroy Town Hall, for a performance of a Davis trilogy; and, finally, to London’s Riverside Studios in 1988. Other than that, professional performances of No Sugar have been rare. Nonetheless, Davis’ semi-autobiographical tale of disenfranchisement remains worryingly relevant.
Roelofs, R. (Producer & Director). (1988). First born: The life and times of Jack Davis [Television broadcast]. Holywood, Co. Down: Zest Films.