Noëlle Janaczewska writes plays, performance texts, monologues, poetry, essays, gallery and on-line explorations, and radio scripts across drama and non-fiction. Her work has been performed, broadcast and published throughout Australia and overseas. The recipient of 5 AWGIE Awards, her stage plays have won the Griffin Playwriting Award, the Playbox‐Asialink Playwriting Competition (Songket) and the 2006 Queensland Premier’s Literary Award (Mrs Petrov’s Shoe). Recent productions include Random Red and Weeds Etc for ABC Radio National in 2011 and 2010 respectively, Eyewitness Blues for the BBC, and The Hannah First Collection, 1919—1949 for the Zendai Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai. In 2008 Currency Press published Songket and This Territory in a 2-play edition, and her long poem Dorothy Lamour’s Life as a Phrasebook was published by Wayzgoose Press in 2006. Noëlle is a member of the 7‐ON Playwrights Group. Find out more about her work and read excerpts at http://noelle>‐janaczewska.com
Mrs Petrov's Shoe
by Noëlle Janaczewska
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