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The Year of Magical Thinking at Theatre Royal Hobart

The Year of Magical Thinking at Theatre Royal Hobart

Starts: Friday, 24 June 2022, 12:00 am
Ends: Saturday, 25 June 2022, 12:00 am
The details will be different, but it will happen to you. If you’ve read her books and essays or watched the Netflix doco, you know that Joan Didion is one of the most deeply intelligent and thoughtful writers of the 20th century. This highly personal account of loss through the lens of hope unpacks a surreal and overwhelming time in Didion’s life as she faces the sudden loss of her husband John, and later her daughter Quintana. Deeply moving, sometimes funny, and ultimately joyful, this is one woman’s story of the journey to find acceptance, and the lessons learnt in letting go. After a critically acclaimed sellout premiere season in Melbourne, this production is a must-see for all fans of great writing and drama.
Add to Calendar 2022-06-24 12:00 am 2022-06-25 12:00 am The Year of Magical Thinking at Theatre Royal Hobart The details will be different, but it will happen to you. If you’ve read her books and essays or watched the Netflix doco, you know that Joan Didion is one of the most deeply intelligent and thoughtful writers of the 20th century. This highly personal account of loss through the lens of hope unpacks a surreal and overwhelming time in Didion’s life as she faces the sudden loss of her husband John, and later her daughter Quintana. Deeply moving, sometimes funny, and ultimately joyful, this is one woman’s story of the journey to find acceptance, and the lessons learnt in letting go. After a critically acclaimed sellout premiere season in Melbourne, this production is a must-see for all fans of great writing and drama. 27-29 Campbell Street, Hobart , TAS , 7000 , Australia
27-29 Campbell Street, Hobart , TAS , 7000 , Australia
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