REVIEW: A Town Named War Boy

Bec Caton, Aussie Theatre, 4 May 2015

"A Town Named War Boy is a touching commemoration to the ANZACs and a compelling piece of theatre. It was a confronting reminder of the horror of war whilst remaining an enjoyable and humorous play that showcased power of the human spirit."

REVIEW: A Town Named War Boy

Kevin Jackson's Theatre Diary, 7 May 2015

"...not only is it a play that commemorates the Centenary of the ANZAC story with due dignity and integrity, it is a very fine piece of theatre literature that will be relevant beyond this event - the humanity of the characters drawn, and the craftsmanship of Mr Mueller, is exemplary."

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