The story follows the journey of three teenagers as they experiment with at-risk activities such as piercing, tattooing and blood sharing. Timely comparisons to ancient body modification rituals gently remind us of the importance of history and culture in the search for identity and the need to belong.
Vibrant, funny and non-judgemental, the show’s power lies in its ability to open minds, discussions and possibilities.
Hepatitis SA and the Aboriginal Health Council of SA are very excited to announce that ILBIJERRI Theatre Company will be bringing BODY ARMOUR to South Australia in 2012, after staging 2 successful tours of the play Chopped Liver throughout SA in 2007 and 2009.
We are pleased to invite a number of South Australian schools to participate in this year’s tour by staging performances of BODY ARMOUR at their school, for their students and where appropriate, their local communities. The tour will take place in the last two weeks of July.
Hepatitis SA is looking forward to working once again with Ilbijerri Theatre Company, as well as building relationships with the schools where BODY ARMOUR will be performed.
We would like to thank SA Health for funding this exciting project.
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