In a funky little theatre on Flinders Lane, Greg Muir, a Calvary client of many years gives his last surreal performance of White Day Dream.
After the powerful performance you’re left wondering how Greg could possibly have time for all his passions; art, history and football. In his brimming schedule, it was nearly impossible to grab his time.
Greg discussed the crunch and grind of his Balloon Football League (BFL), which despite the name, is not a game for the fainthearted.
He is also a prolific artist attending classes twice a week, yet still manages to make time for laughs and secret men’s business with his Men’s Group.
A regular visitor to the Koorie Heritage Trust, Greg continues to record his family tree. He urges each Support Worker to join him there to grow their understanding and appreciation of his people, the Yorta Yorta tribe.
Greg, still buzzing from being on stage, shifts gears to boast about his beloved Saints footy team, and his cousin, the infamous ‘Mad Dog Muir’. With a touch of pride he says “you know, they call me Mad Dog Muir II”. An excellent signoff for his paintings.
Ready to spend his days packed with new things to do, the Mad Dog Muir II won’t slow down anytime soon!