23. August 2019 - 18:30 till 19:30
Share it on:

Anonymous | Union Theatre | Friday, 23. August 2019

"Are we ever going to be heard?"

Anonymous wants to explore the the role of women in war. The story follows a Chinese woman’s life during war time, as she was captured and tortured during the horrific Nanjing Massacre in the 1930s, and was wrongly accused by the Chinese government during the Cultural Revolution in the 1960s. Her sacrifices remained unacknowledged even after the nation began to thrive in the 1970s. She eventually left the country in search for value of life free of the burden of national love. Inspired by the theme “regeneration”, Anonymous wants to acknowledge those who sacrificed themselves for their country's regeneration.

Jo Chen

Union House Theatre, Union House, University of Melbourne, Parkville
Dates and Times
6:30-7:30pm on Friday 23rd, Sunday 25th, Tuesday 27th August
This is a ticketed event

Content WarningsThemes of sexual abuse, violence, and racism
All performances will be captioned.
All Mudfest venues are wheelchair accessible, service and assistance animals are welcomed. To get in touch about accessibility for this event or for Mudfest in general, contact mudfest2019@gmail.com
Mudfest accepts companion and carer cards.

Image: Close up photograph of a girl's ****, with a tear rolling down her left cheek, clutching a Chinese flag against her mouth and nose.