Woman at the Wheel

In 1907, Henry Lawson felt the motor car was “sullen, like a thing that should not be”. Indeed, in the early 1900s cars were, for many, a symbol of power and wealth: noisy, dangerous, destructive and unfamiliar. Part love letter to the freedom of the ride, part eulogy to the single-driver gas guzzler, Eleanor Jackson shares her love-hate relationship with cars, driving, and the open road in these small group performances situated in an iconic Buick at the Blue Moon Cafe.

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Woman at the Wheel